Victoria Beckham has been cooking for her sons' school.

The singer-turned-fashion designer - who has four kids, Brooklyn, 12, Romeo, nine, Cruz, six, and eight-month-old Harper with husband David Beckham - helped her younger sons celebrate international food day at their Los Angeles school by serving up some traditional British fare.

Alongside a picture of some Union Jack-themed stickers and mini-flags, she first tweeted: ''School project!! International food day for Romeo and Cruz, started preparing x vb (sic)''

She then posted a picture of her finished goods and added: ''Just finished cooking! Very proud to be British! X vb''

No Doubt David was impressed by his wife's selection of British snacks - which included sausage rolls and cheese and pineapple on sticks - as it has previously been revealed he frequently visits a specialist shop in Los Angeles to get the UK treats he misses.

One fellow shopper who saw him splurge over $325 on items including HP Sauce, Cadbury's Flakes and Mr Kipling Cake Bars said: ''This is where I always come when I feel homesick. I Stock up on beans and brown sauce and Cadbury's bars for snacks.

''Becks was doing just the same - but in much larger quantities. He must be really missing Britain. And maybe Posh is craving her Flakes.''

David took his three sons to the store, and despite having been brought up in Spain and the US, they seemed keen to get traditional British goods.

An onlooker said: ''The boys asked for more and more and mainly got their way. It was like an average family trip to a sweet store, only more expensive.''