Victoria Beckham was joined by her closest friends and family as she celebrated receiving her OBE with a lavish dinner on Wednesday (Apr. 19). The fashion designer headed to the upscale Casa Cruz restaurant in Notting Hill with her husband David and the couple's four children Brooklyn, 18, Romeo, 14, Cruz, 12, and five-year-old daughter Harper. Victoria was also supported by her sister Louise and her parents Jackie and Tony, who had attended the investiture ceremony at Buckingham Palace earlier that day.
David's mother Sandra and his sister Joanne were also in attendance, as was Gordon Ramsay's wife Tana, who is close friends with Victoria. The businesswoman's former manager Simon Fuller and her former Spice Girl bandmate Mel C made up the party. The Beckhams were pictured arriving at the West London restaurant by car, making the short journey from their Holland Park mansion. The group enjoyed a meal in one of the restaurant's flashy private dining rooms; Casa Cruz boasts a surf 'n' turf menu, with a focus on Argentinean flavours.
Victoria, 43, looked chic in the same black dress she wore to her investiture ceremony. She teamed the elegant number, which is from her own label, with a pair of burgundy heels. David, who wore a charcoal suit to the palace, changed into a more relaxed outfit for dinner. Victoria received her OBE from Prince William on Wednesday. The former pop star said she was "proud to be British, honoured and humbled to receive my OBE from the Duke of Cambridge," adding: "If you dream big and work hard you can accomplish great things."
Later taking to Instagram, the mum-of-four shared a picture of herself, David and her parents at the palace. Proudly showing off her new honour, Victoria captioned the photo: "I love u @davidbeckham and my wonderful parents. Thank you for always supporting and encouraging me to follow my dreams."