Victoria Beckham is ''constantly inspired'' by her husband David and hope they can both teach their children to work hard and be charitable.
Victoria Beckham is ''constantly inspired'' by her husband David.
The 41-year-old fashion designer is always amazed by her spouse's achievements and charity work and she hopes both she and David have instilled good values in their four children, Brooklyn, 16, Romeo, 13, Cruz, 10, and Harper, four, as well as an understanding of their ''privileged'' position.
She said: ''My husband constantly inspires me and guides me - he has done so much good work, I look up to him and have the utmost admiration for all that he has achieved.
''David and I both have a strong work ethic and I believe that's a good example to set our children.
''David and I explain what privileged lives they lead. We tell them that in many places in the world children are hungry, homeless and sick.''
And Victoria - who is a UNAIDS global goodwill ambassador - is thankful her kids are growing up with a desire to help others.
She added in an interview with Grazia magazine: ''They all understand how important it is to help others.
''Romeo ran the children's marathon earlier this year and raised an amazing amount of money through sponsorship, which he divided between David's charity and UNAIDS.''
The former Spice Girls star has been dogged by rumours her marriage to David, 40, is on the rocks but she insists their relationship is ''strong''.
She said: ''I have never listened to, or commented on, the rumours about any aspect of my life.
''I'm blessed to have a wonderful husband and beautiful, healthy, happy children.
''Yes, we travel a lot with our respective businesses and charitable commitments but we always make time for each other as a couple and a family.
''David and I have nothing to prove. We love each other, look out for each other and are strong as both partners and parents.''
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