- Victoria Beckham just revealed the secret to her 20-year marriage with husband David Beckham.
- She said they were able to stay together because the kids are their priority and they support each other.
- Victoria also said that it was "love at first sight" when she first met David.
Victoria Beckham and husband David Beckham have married for practically forever (a.k.a 20 years), and that’s impressive—especially for celebrity couples. Apparently, there's a secret to Victoria and David's decades-long union, and it's pretty practical.
"You know, I think that the kids are our priority, and everything we do revolves around the children," the fashion designer and recent beauty mogul shared with Hoda Kotb on Today. The couple shares four children: Brooklyn, Romeo James, Harper Seven, and Cruz.
"But we both work really hard. We love what we do professionally," she continued. "We support each other and, you know, we're very lucky to have found each other and lucky that we're growing together."
Victoria also said it was "love at first sight" when she first met David. She was Posh Spice in the Spice Girls at the time, and he was a famous soccer player in England, and they quickly became known as Posh and Becks.
David joked to W in 2007 that Victoria "stalked me" before they met but, he says, "I fancied her." David explained that he saw a Spice Girls video in 1996 before he met Victoria and said to his friend, "'That one there, that's the girl I'm going to marry.'" Called it!
Things haven’t been seamless in their marriage, though. The couple has faced a slew of cheating rumors over the years, which they’ve vehemently denied in public. Of course, it doesn’t seem to have fazed their marriage.
Now, Victoria says it’s a lot to manage her family’s schedules and stay close but "communication is key," and she and David are "very present in the kids' lives."
"You know, we love our family. Everything we do revolves around our family," she explained. "I think it's just being focused, working hard, [and] having a great support team around us."
They also get some solid support from the grandparents, which is clutch. "Both of our parents are very, very present and help with the kids," Victoria said.
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