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Victoria Beckham Is Joined By Her Kids On The Cover Of British Vogue

These family photos are beautiful!

If you’re a parent or member of a large family, then you know you’re lucky if you can snag a single photo in which your whole crew is gazing in the same general direction and not blinking. But if you’re Victoria Beckham, you get that photo and it runs on the cover of British Vogue.

That’s right: The singer-turned-designer is celebrating the 10-year anniversary of her clothing line, and to mark the occasion, Vogue asked her to appear on the October cover of the magazine alongside her four children — sons Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz, and daughter Harper — as well as furry family member Olive, an adorable English cocker spaniel.

While the fashion mogul’s husband David is not featured on the cover that will hit newsstands, the subscriber cover will showcase a black-and-white photo of the couple.

Inside the magazine, readers will find photos of the family in action, including a lively photo of the kids soaking each other with water guns while their parents look on:

Beckham also got candid with the magazine about recent divorce rumors. She called the rumors “unfair,” noting her commitment to her family and saying her marriage to David is rock solid.

“We are much stronger, the six of us, than we would be if we were individuals,” she told the magazine, according to the Independent. “Would either of us be in the position that we are in now had we not met and been together all those years ago?”

And after all those years, this couple looks amazing:

The 44-year-old also discussed the anniversary of her self-named fashion label, noting her reasons for originally starting the line. “I wasn’t trying to do anything other than express myself and create clothes I wanted, but couldn’t find,” she said. “It grew from there.”

Accompanying the interview is a funny satirical video, in which Beckham pokes fun at her Spice Girls days. The 5-minute video also features humorously confused Vogue editors looking on as Beckham dresses in various ensembles from her singing days:

“Spice up your life, Edward,” she tells British Vogue’s editor in chief, Edward Enninful, in the video. “Just spice up your life.”

In his letter from the editor for the issue, Enninful writes about Britain’s “second royal family,” saying, “I am so fond of them and, like many in this country, will be looking forward to following their story for years to come.”

We will look forward to seeing how the Beckhams continue to spice up our lives, too!