VICTORIA Beckham can’t get over the fact she is reunited with her oldest son, Brooklyn, after the coronavirus lockdown kept them separated for three months.
She gushed again on Instagram about how happy she was that Brooklyn, 21, has managed to leave the US and get back to his family in the UK.
The fashion mogul, 46, posted a photo of her son crouched in a field, smiling towards the camera.
In the stunning pic, Brooklyn is cupping his face in his hand while wearing a black baseball cap backwards, a white t-shirt and black trousers.
Victoria wrote: “So happy to have @brooklynbeckham home with us.We have missed you so much!! kisses @nicolaannepeltz 📷 x VB”
Brooklyn has spent the past three months trapped in the US with model girlfriend Nicola Peltz who took the cute pic of her boyfriend.
They landed back in the UK last week and headed straight to their family’s £6million estate in the Cotswolds.
While many of Posh Spice’s 28.4million fans were happy for the mum-of-four, many couldn’t help but notice how much Brooklyn resembled his famous dad, David, 45.
One Instagram user wrote: “Omg he looks just like the dad.”
While a second said: “His Dads replica 😍.”
It’s not the first time Victoria has expressed her joy at Brooklyn’s return.
Earlier this year, Victoria shared her heartache as she explained that Brooklyn was in the US with his girlfriend Nicola when UK lockdown started – meaning that he was stuck over there.
She explained to fans at the time: “We are all missing @BrooklynBeckham so much as he remains in lockdown in the US.”
On Mother’s Day, she pined for her eldest son as she shared a photo of her kids with the caption: “I can not wait for the time when I can be reunited with all my family.
“I miss you @BrooklynBeckham”.
Brooklyn has missed other milestones during his time away, including both his mum and dad’s birthdays.
He has also been left out of fun family activities, with David and Victoria regularly sharing glimpses into their daily lives with fans on Instagram.
Just last week, David shared a photo of himself, Romeo, 17, Cruz, 15, and Harper, eight, preparing to tend to bees after he built his own hive for their garden.
But since his return Brooklyn has thrown himself into family activities, including playing football with his siblings.
He and Nicola also joined in with the family’s Clap for the NHS.
The Beckhams stood together clapping, to celebrate the 72nd birthday of the NHS over the weekend.
Victoria wrote on Instagram: “Thankyou NHS. #NHSBirthday.”