In a conversation with Entertainment Tonight, Victoria Beckham told the outlet that husband David is one of her biggest cheerleaders in her career

By Jen Juneau
February 20, 2019 09:08 AM
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Victoria Beckham and husband David Beckham will soon be celebrating two decades of marriage.

The singer and fashion designer, 44, and the former soccer star, 43, will be married for 20 years in July. And in a recent conversation with Entertainment Tonight, Victoria told the outlet that her husband is one of the biggest cheerleaders of her career.

“David is such a great husband, such a great dad and the most incredible business partner that anybody could ever want,” she said. “He really supports me in what I do.”

As for how they plan to mark the big milestone? Nothing huge — just by spending time with their four children (daughter Harper Seven, 7½, plus sons Cruz David, 14, Romeo James, 16, and Brooklyn Joseph, 19).

“We’ll probably just celebrate with the kids,” Victoria told ET.

Last month, the spouses stepped out to tout her Reebok x Victoria Beckham collaboration at a party in New York City, which the couple’s oldest child Brooklyn also attended with his girlfriend Hana Cross.

According to a source, David was an attentive and supportive husband at the party while the former Spice Girl celebrated her collection.

“David was by Victoria’s side the whole night,” the insider divulged to PEOPLE. “They were very touchy and flirty with one another.”

The Beckhams will be celebrating their 20th anniversary this summer after tying the knot at a sprawling castle in Ireland on July 4, 1999.

David and Victoria Beckham
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David previously opened up about their relationship and why being married for so long can be challenging, also mentioning the couple’s four children.

“To have been married for the amount of time that we have, it’s always hard work,” he said in October on the Australian TV show The Sunday Project. “It becomes a little bit more complicated.”

“Sometimes it’s the little things that make a big difference, and I’ve noticed that with my children,” he continued. Reflecting on media attention, David added, “The thing we have to do is protect our children.”