Victoria Beckham took to her Twitter account today to share two romantic photographs from her and David's wedding day in 1999 to mark their 15th anniversary.
Victoria Beckham has shared a never-seen-before photograph from her and David's wedding in celebration of their 15th anniversary today (04.07.14).
The 40-year-old beauty posted a cute snap of she and her spouse, 39, sharing their first dance on their big day to mark the 15 years they have been married.
She tweeted the image, which sees the couple wearing their famous wedding attire, along with the caption: ''15 beautiful years. We feel so blessed and thankful for your love and support over the years. Such a special day x (sic).''
The fashion designer was overwhelmed by the amount of congratulatory messages she received from her adoring fans, and just an hour later shared another photograph from her wedding, which took place at Luttrellstown Castle in Ireland on July 4, 1999.
The snap shows the couple cutting their four-tier cake with a sword while wearing their matching purple outfits.
She tweeted: ''Thank you for your beautiful messages.Its such a special day for us both.Your love and support means so much x vb (sic).''
The loved-up pair, who first got together in 1997, now have children Brooklyn, 15, Romeo, 11, Cruz, nine, and two-year-old daughter Harper together and have homes in both Los Angeles and London.
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