The fashion designer shared a beautiful photo featuring her, David, and three of their children, Romeo, 19, Cruz, 17, and Harper, 11, at the opening of Japanese steakhouse Gekko, which is co-owned by family friend David Grutman, in Miami, Florida, on Thursday.
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Victoria looked beautiful in a chic, black flared midi dress by Saint Laurent, surprising everyone by not wearing one of her own designs like she typically does.
The rest of the family took a more laid-back style approach to the evening, with David, Romeo, Cruz, and Harper all opting for some variation of denim jeans paired with a relaxed top – Cruz even paid tribute to his mum by wearing a Spice Girls T-shirt.
Captioning the photos, Victoria wrote: "Congratulations @davegrutman @isabelagrutman @badbunnypr You did it again!! Wow!! Super fun night with friends and family last night celebrating the opening of @gekkomiami."
Victoria and her family put on a united front
Their family outing comes after Brooklyn and Nicola addressed the "cold war" rumours with Victoria in Brooklyn's explosive new interview with Variety.
Nicola and Brooklyn spoke for the first time about rumours that Nicola and Victoria don't get along, sparked in part by the fact that Nicola didn't wear a Victoria Beckham dress for the couple's April wedding. Chatter intensified after the actress shared a picture of herself in tears.
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However, the Transformers: Age of Extinction star and her husband insisted that there was no rift and that she didn't reject the idea of Victoria designing her wedding gown.
Nicola told the publication that she initially intended to wear a dress designed by her mother-in-law but "a few months down the line, she realised that her atelier couldn't do it, so then I had to pick another dress".
Brooklyn and Nicola have insisted there is no family feud
"She didn't say you can't wear it; I didn’t say I didn't want to wear it. That's where it started, and then they ran with that," Nicola said.
Brooklyn added: "I've learned they’re always going to try to write stuff like that. They're always going to try and put people down. But everyone gets along, which is good."
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