The fashion designer, 46, rushed to Instagram to share the delightful snap of her 18-year-old boy who looked extra stylish on the cover of the English-Italian sister mag of the fashion bible.
“Proud of you @RomeoBeckham,” the former Spice Girls star penned alongside a heart emoji as she shared the cover snap with her 28.8 million Instagram followers.
Victoria – who has had her fair share of magazine covers during her glittering career – was clearly thrilled to see her second eldest follow in her footsteps.
Romeo looked stylish as he even dyed his hair bleach blonde for the occasion.
Wearing an oversized olive green knit jumper, the teen had one foot un on the stool as he flashed his pricy Prada boot.
Naturally, fans flocked to the comments section to compliment Romeo’s debut cover.
“So handsome. Looking like your dad,” wrote one fan, who suggested that Romeo’s appearance echoes that of his famous dad David.
Another fan seemed to have mistaken Romeo for Victoria, writing: “Oh my gosh, had to double take – thought this was you! He looks fab.”
While a third added: “Congrats. He looks a lot like his parents.”
The mum-of-four found fame after joining the girl band in 1994 and soon became known as Posh Spice with the five hitmakers travelling around the world as a global sensation.
But although the girls reached unthinkable career highs during their time in the band, Victoria has recalled the “life-changing” moment that spurred her on to leave the band.
Victoria watched her good friend Elton perform in Las Vegas, which made her think twice about her future in the group, and subsequently decide to leave.
“Remember years ago, watching your dear friend Elton John on stage in Las Vegas. He performed ‘Tiny Dancer’, as if it were the first time, and you realised this was like oxygen for him,” she wrote in a letter to her future self for British Vogue.
“It was a life-changing moment – while singing and dancing was fun for you, it wasn’t your passion.
“That day, you started your quest to uncover your own dreams. It was time to step away from being a Spice Girl.”
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