Victoria Beckham looks sleek as she enjoys family dinner with husband David and daughter Harper

Victoria Beckham looked ultra glamorous as she exited celeb eatery Gorgio Baldi with husband David Beckham in Santa Monica, Los Angeles on Tuesday night.

The pair had been enjoying dinner with daughter Harper, 10, in tow, who accompanied her parents as they left the restaurant. Absent were Victoria and David’s three sons Brooklyn, 22, Romeo, 19, and Cruz, 16.

Victoria was photographed wearing a silk cami top, a matching slip skirt and black sunglasses, paired with bold green stiletto heels and a Bottega Veneta purse – clearly her favourite new accessory after being spotted with it earlier this month.

David opted for a more casual look, sporting a fitted blue denim shirt and dark wash jeans, while Harper wore a pink floral print dress. All three of the Beckhams wore identical black face masks as they made their way to their car.

Victoria posted her time spent with her husband and daughter on Instagram Wednesday, sharing with her over 29 million followers a photo of Harper with her arms wrapped around her dad.

“Date night with mummy and daddy,” the proud mum captioned. “We love you Harper Seven x kisses @davidbeckham.”

This tender shot was met with adoration towards the Beckham family in the comments from fans.

“She is soooo adorable. You are great parents,” said one follower, while another wrote: “Precious memories captured.”

This comes after the 47-year-old declared that she and her team at her fashion label would focus on celebrating “Black history and culture” during Black History month.

On Tuesday, the designer took to social media to inform her followers of her plans to elevate awareness of this month during which Black culture is nationally marked with recognition and praise.

“At VBL, we're using #BlackHistoryMonth as an opportunity to continue our education and celebrate Black history and culture,” Victoria wrote on Instagram Stories.

“Last October, our Unity council shared weekly lists of recommendations of things to watch, read, listen to and do to educate one another (you can find these suggestions in the Culture Club highlight on my profile!)

“This month I wanted to open the conversation to you, my community: I would love to share some of your thoughts, suggestions and recommendations on Black history, culture and activism.”

Victoria followed up by asking fans to offer suggestions on books, films and TV shows centred around Black people and Black history, “Black-owned businesses”, “anti-racism charities” and how in general to become a better ally.

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