Posh day at palace: Victoria Beckham gets royal recognition

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Victoria, who was joined by her husband and parents for the investiture ceremony at Buckingham Palace, was recognised for her 17-year career. Victoria Beckham beamed with happiness as she received her OBE at Buckingham Palace yesterday.

Captioning a photo of Victoria receiving her award, he wrote: "I want to say how proud I am of my mum today as she received her OBE".

Speaking after the presentation, Victoria said she was "honoured" and "humbled" to be awarded the prestigious title. Last month, Beckham launched her 200-piece collaboration with Target and has created two capsule collections with Estée Lauder.

"I'm proud to be British", she said in a statement.

On Wednesday, the 43 year-old mother of 4 and fashion mogul was made an Officer of the Order of the British Empire.

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"If you dream big and work hard you can accomplish great things", she added.

The Posh Spice was a star in the nineties, after leaving the music band, she dedicated herself to the family, fashion and philanthropic work.

David was the first family member to receive an OBE 13 years ago for his contribution to football. The couple now share four children together: sons Brooklyn, 18, Romeo, 14, and Cruz, 12, as well as their daughter, Harper, 5. Get HELLO! Canada, PEOPLE, Vanity Fair and over 100 more of the world's best magazines for one low monthly price at Texture by Next Issue.

Also honoured at the ceremony were former British track-and-field athlete Jessica Ennis-Hill, who was made a dame, and "Dunkirk" star Mark Rylance, who received a knighthood.

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