“Happy #RedNoseDay X kisses from the Beckham’s!!” the former Spice Girls star, 42, captioned the cute image.
In another shot, the proud mum wrote, “#RedNoseDay #RedBows X kisses from Harper x VB.”
The singer-turned-designer recently gushed about family life with husband, former footballer David Beckham, and their four kids — including sons Brooklyn, 18, Romeo, 14, and Cruz, 12.
“It is a juggling act constantly,” she admitted of their busy life. “I’m lucky that David is the most fantastic father and husband, and he’s great. We’re very equal at home, and we’re a really, really good team.”
And it sounds like they’ve got a good balance of fun times and firm boundaries.
“I’m definitely not a pushover, and neither is David. You know, we are strict with the children. They are happy kids, but they’re polite children,” Beckham shared.
Proud papas Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent shared birthday greetings for daughter Poppy via Instagram.
“Dear Poppy, Today you are two. Your daddy and I remember when you were just an idea. Today we want you to know that you already are more than we ever could have dreamed of. You are kind and you are adventurous, strong-willed and sensitive. You are beautiful and we will always love you. Happy Birthday little goose. Love, Dad,” the celebrity designer, 45, captioned the cute clip.
Brent also posted a sweet photo and heartfelt message for their growing girl.
“Today our daughter turns 2. Strength, compassion, vulnerability, courage, gratitude, joy, whole-heart, spirit..when will I find the words that come close to describing you. “We will laugh & sing & dance & create. We will always have permission to be ourselves with each other. No matter what, you will always belong here.” – Brene Brown. Happy birthday Pops. We love you to the moon and back,” he Instagrammed the image.
The couple are set to star in an upcoming TLC show, Nate & Jeremiah By Design, which premieres on Saturday, April 8 at 9pm PST.
Berkus and Brent welcomed their daughter via gestational carrier on March 23, 2015 in New York City.
“I’ve always wanted to be a parent,” said Berkus after the arrival of his first child. “I had hoped that I would have this chance, but I didn’t want to do it on my own.” Brent added, “Until recently, we didn’t think it was possible. But we’re fortunate to be legally married and things just fell into place. We’re really thankful.”
In celebration of the milestone birthday, James Van Der Beek shared the first public photo of daughter Emilia on Thursday via Instagram.
“One year ago today, I got to meet this sweet, determined, magical little soul. Just when I thought nobody could follow my other girls… along came Emilia. Never ceases to amaze me just how much a child can expand your heart. #OrHowIncredibleMyWifeIs #blessed #grateful,” he wrote.
Proud mama Kimberly Van Der Beek also posted a photo and heartfelt message on Instagram.
“A year ago today I met this beautiful baby angel who today became a toddler. Her zest for life, curiosity, independence, joy and determination captivate my heart everyday. Emilia, I am overjoyed to be your Mommy!! Thank you thank you for your gift of life,” she wrote.
The Dawson’s Creek alum, 40, and his wife are also parents to Olivia, 6, Joshua, 5, and Annabel, 3.
Ahead of Mother’s Day in the U.K., Kate Middleton – who is mum to Prince George, 3, and Princess Charlotte, 22 months, with Prince William – delivered a powerful speech at the launch of the Out of the Blue film series in London on Thursday (March 23). The films raise awareness of maternal mental health conditions such as postpartum depression and postpartum anxiety.
“Personally, becoming a mother has been such a rewarding and wonderful experience. However, at times it has also been a huge challenge — even for me who has support at home that most mothers do not,” the Duchess of Cambridge, 35, said.
“Nothing can really prepare you for you the sheer overwhelming experience of what it means to become a mother,” she continued. “It is full of complex emotions of joy, exhaustion, love and worry, all mixed together. Your fundamental identity changes overnight. You go from thinking of yourself as primarily an individual to suddenly being a mother, first and foremost.”
The mum-of-two went on to say there is no “rule book” or “right or wrong” when it comes to motherhood.
“You just have to make it up and do the very best you can to care for your family. For many mothers, myself included, this can, at times lead to lack of confidence and feelings of ignorance,” she shared. “Sadly, for some mothers, this experience can be made so much harder due to challenges with their own mental health.”
The Duchess of Cambridge encouraged mothers to shatter the shame and reach out for support.
“[It] should not be seen as a sign of weakness,” the Duchess said of seeking help. “Mothers take on an overwhelming responsibility of caring for their families. Their role is vital in providing unconditional love, care and support at home, particularly in the early years of a child’s development. We therefore should do everything we can to support and value their hard work.”