More than their beautiful genes and sense of style, David and Victoria Beckham have passed along their penchant for giving back to their adorable kids Harper, 7, Cruz, 13, Romeo, 15, and 19-year-old Brooklyn. After enjoying some family vacation time in Croatia and Bali, the Beckhams jetted off to Indonesia, where they spent the day with local children and learned more about the incredible Sumba Foundation.
The former Spice Girl shared a series of adorable photos of her children enjoying their time with local students. The first snap shows a grown-up Harper surrounded by her new friends at the foundation, as well as a photo of Romeo giving an adorable little boy a high five. In the third picture, Brooklyn poses for a photo, as taken by one of the students he’s working with. Victoria captioned the carousel of snaps: “Special day with the inspiring students in Sumba. We loved hanging out helping to teach English and play games!”
The children looked equally delighted to spend time with the family of six. Victoria shared a video of a group of students waving to the camera and exclaiming, “we are happy!” while her husband David posted clips of his impromptu soccer clinic, which was a massive hit amongst the youngsters. In the mother of four’s final Instagram shot, her children pose adorably with a group of kids – all showing off their megawatt smiles to the camera! She wrote: “Inspiring day spending time as a family with the teachers and happy students”.
After his busy day in Indonesia, David hopped on social media to share some exciting news. In keeping with his devotion to giving back, the former soccer star revealed that he will act as an ambassador for Prince Harry’s upcoming Invictus Games in Sydney. “I’ve been lucky enough to meet and work with many serving, veteran and wounded British armed forces personnel over the years and I’ve been humbled by the courage, resilience and spirit shown by each and every one of them,” he wrote, adding, “So, I’m incredibly proud to announce I will be an Ambassador for this year’s Invictus Games in Sydney.” In late October, the 43-year-old will travel Down Under with Prince Harry and his wife Meghan to cheer on and watch more than 500 athletes from 18 nations take part in the Paralympic-style tournament.