Victoria Beckham may be considered a fashion queen, but the designer couldn’t help but gush after meeting real-life royalty on Sunday (Sept 27). While attending the Social Good Summit in New York, which explores the use of technology for social good, Victoria mingled and joined hands with Queen Rania of Jordan.
Victoria, 41, was clearly impressed with Jordan’s beautiful queen, tweeting a photograph of the pair chatting with the caption: “Beautiful, inspiring mother, @QueenRania of Jordan. #globalgoals #UNGA #action2015 @UNAIDS.”
She also tweeted in support of the cause: “We must commit to ending the AIDS epidemic by 2030” – UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon @UNAIDS #UNGA #globalgoals."
One half of Brand Beckham – which a new study recently revealed is worth an estimated $1 billion – is a UN International Goodwill Ambassador and took to the podium at the conference.
Her husband David Beckham didn’t waste any time in praising his wife for her "powerful speech", posting a snap of her on stage with a touching message: "Proud of my wife today speaking at the UN Head quarters ... Powerful speech along with some other incredible and powerful women on that stage ... Right to the point about Our fight against HIV / AIDS @unitednations @unicef @victoriabeckham."
Mom-of-four Victoria was dressed for business in a monochrome outfit featuring a chic jumper over a crisp white shirt, tailored black trousers and matching loafers. She swept her brunette locks into a smart updo and went for a smokey eye to complete the look.
— Victoria Beckham (@victoriabeckham) September 27, 2015
Queen Rania, meanwhile, wore a white dress cinched in at the waist with a belt, and nude heels.
Victoria and Rania were joined on stage by Mozambican politician and humanitarian Graca Machel, when the ladies gave a united show by joining hands on stage. "Powerful woman Graca Machel, politician and humanitarian. #globalgoals #UNGA #action2015 @UNAIDS," Victoria later tweeted of the politician, who is also the widow of former South African president Nelson Mandela.