Victoria and David Beckham proudly wore their poppies as they teamed up with their children to lead the celebrities on the Remembrance Sunday.
The 46-year-old fashion designer and 45-year-old former soccer player who support the Poppy Appeal were standing with their children Cruz, 15, and Harper, 9, when the famous family participated in a two-minute silence at 11 a.m. to remember the war of the land dead.
In a photo with the caption, "Today we wear our poppies with pride!" Victoria looked chic in a light brown sweater with dark blue sleeves as she posed with David.
Just so we don't forget, Victoria and David Beckham proudly wore their poppies when they teamed up with their children on Memorial Sunday
The beauty wore this with jeans and knee-high boots – with her curls in a chic updo.
David looked handsome in a crisp white shirt and slate gray blazer worn with chinos and rubber boots as he showed off his poppy.
David shared a video with his family and wrote, “So we don't forget. This week I met the amazing Chelsea Pensioners.
“I was so glad we could visit her during these particularly difficult times for the elderly and for all charities.
Support: On a photo with the title "Today we wear our poppies with pride!" Victoria looked chic in a tan sweater with dark blue sleeves as she posed with David
“With so many of us back in prison today, we remember those who gave so much for our freedom. It's an opportunity to talk to our kids about why we celebrate Remembrance Day, as my grandpa taught me why we wear the poppy.
"Retirees are sad that they won't be able to sell poppy seeds as usual this year. Please support them and donate online if you can."
As the clock struck 11 a.m., Boris Johnson, Prince Charles, Prince William and other members of the British elite marked the two-minute silence before laying their wreaths.
Earlier this week, Victoria said how "proud" she was of her husband David's involvement in this year's Poppy Appeal, and shared a picture of the former soccer player while visiting Chelsea Pensioners.
The fashion designer encouraged her followers to join David's campaign and order a poppy online, adding that the coronavirus pandemic will make it difficult for people to buy one while on the go.
There it is: David also showed his poppy in a snapshot with the caption "Wear your poppy with pride".
Alongside a smiling snapshot of David and the veterans, she wrote, “Chances are fewer people will shop before Remembrance Day this year, but you can still get one online! Swipe up to buy and endorse @royalbritishlegion x VB. & # 39;
On Tuesday, while visiting the Chelsea Pensioners in London this week, David shared what the annual event means to him.
David's grandfather, Joseph West, who fought in World War II, taught a young David as a child the ethos of Memorial Day.
He told The Sun, "Memorial Day is always special to me because my grandfather was with the Scots Guards and it was always a big deal in our household." When the poppies came out, my grandfather was the first to bring us one.
Visit: On Tuesday, during a visit to the Chelsea Pensioners in London this week, David shared what the annual event means to him
Proud: Victoria shared how “proud” she is of her husband David's involvement in this year's Poppy Appeal, and shared a picture of the former footballer while visiting Chelsea Pensioners
Proud poppy-head: David spoke graciously about his grandparents before Remembrance Day (picture 2014)
Happy memories: His grandfather Joseph West, who fought in World War II, conveyed the ethos of Memorial Day to a young David as a child
"He would say," There's your poppy flower. Carry them to school. "It was a really exciting moment. It's so important that we remember the sacrifice our armed forces have made for us as individuals, as families and as a country."
David, who shares children Brooklyn, 21, Romeo, 18, Cruz, 15 and Harper, 9 with wife Victoria, 46, added: “I want to pass it on to my children and I hope they will their children pass on children.
David also remembered how his grandparents took him to the Changing of the Guard, the Royal Tournament, and Trooping the Color.
Handing over the torch: David shares the children Brooklyn (21), Romeo (18), Cruz (15) and Harper (9) with wife Victoria (46)
Meanwhile, other stars were using social media to celebrate Memorial Sunday, including Frankie Bridge.
The singer uploaded a photo of herself posing next to ex-soldiers and wrote: & # 39; This #remebranceday may not be the one we're used to …
"But that doesn't stop us from remembering and being grateful for what they gave us so that we can have it today."
Patriotic: Meanwhile, other stars were using social media to celebrate Memorial Day, including Frankie Bridge
Meanwhile, Rebekah Vardy shared a photo of a poppy field and wrote: “They will not grow old as we who are left grow old: old age will not make them tired, nor will the years judge them. At sunset and in the morning. We will remember you. & # 39;
Strictly Come Dancing & # 39; s Neil Jones shared a clip of himself standing in an open field in uniform and wrote, "So we don't forget".
Meanwhile, Tamara Ecclestone took up her Instagram stories and shared how her six-year-old daughter Sophia taught her newborn Serena the day.
She shared a photo of the siblings on their bed and wrote, "Explain Remembrance Sunday to your baby."
Tamara Ecclestone took part in her Instagram stories, sharing how her six year old daughter Sophia taught her newborn Serena the day
Proud: Fearne Cotton shared a photo of herself in a red sweater as she proudly wore a matching poppy
Contribution: Strictly Come Neil Jones from Dancing shared a clip of himself standing in uniform in an open field and wrote: "So we don't forget"
Fearne Cotton shared a photo of herself in a red sweater proudly wearing a matching poppy.
Former Love Island star Alex George also shared a photo of a poppy field and wrote, “Forever grateful for your sacrifices. We draw strength from your incredible bravery. Now more than ever. Not to be forgotten & # 39 ;.
John Terry also posted a patriotic message when thanking those who served in the British Army.
"We'll remember her": Rebekah Vardy tagged Remembrance Sunday on her Instagram account
Alex George wrote: “Forever grateful for your sacrifices. We draw strength from your incredible bravery. Now more than ever. Not to forget & # 39;
John Terry wrote, "We have troops deployed around the world to protect our values and our way of life. Please keep them on your mind at @britisharmy."
The former soccer player, 39, wrote: “So we don't forget. Today at 11 a.m. the nation will pause to remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice in the war.
"We have troops deployed around the world to protect our values and our way of life. Please keep them on your mind at @britisharmy."
Actress and presenter Martine McCutcheon shared a stunning selfie, writing, "Remember the past and feel more grateful than ever for the future."
TV presenter Nick Knowles and former glamor model Katie Price both marked Remembrance Sunday by adding images of poppies to their timeline.
Radiant: Martine McCutcheon shared a stunning selfie, writing, "Remember the past and be more grateful than ever for the future"
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