Victoria Beckham reveals a hidden talent on trip to South Africa
However VB showed that can get down with the kids, quite literally this weekend as she shared snaps from her visit to Africa.
The 40-year-old fashion designer raised awareness of her work with UNICEF, letting her 7.89 million followers know that helping the less fortunate in Soweto by giving them learning tools and the opportunity to be artistic is the way forward.
Alongside a picture of her spraying an outdoor wall with a can of paint, she wrote: ‘Education + art = Aids free future @UNAIDS x vb.’
The star brought her casual side out by wearing a dark T-shirt and fitted jeans with flat black pumps.
She was working with Johannesburg-based HIVSA which develops and implements innovative programmes related to HIV work in South Africa.
Victoria captioned a shot of herself kneeling on the floor to pose with a cute kid: ‘Inspiring day in Soweto visiting @hivsa with @ejaf x vb.’
And another image showed her talking to cheery young girls about staying healthy as they enjoyed some time outdoors.
She captioned the photograph: ‘Meeting young women in Soweto, spreading HIV free messages @ejaf x vb.’
In September, Victoria ditched her own Dover Street, London shop opening to speak in New York about her role in a Joint UN Programme on HIV/AIDS.
She said in the speech: ‘I am a mother and I am a woman. I will do whatever I can to raise awareness. I feel very passionate about this. I recently visited South Africa and was so touched by the women I met and felt inspired. I came home and I knew I had to do something.
‘It’s taken me to get to 40 to realise I have a responsibility as a woman and as a mother. I have people mentoring me. I am going back to South Africa in a few weeks and then further afield next year.’
It was clear her children with David Beckham – three sons Brooklyn, 15, Romeo, 12, and Cruz, nine, and her daughter Harper, three – were a big part in the decision to take on the job.
She added: ‘I would do anything for my children and I think every woman has the right to health and every woman has the right to give their children a healthy future.’