In a series of letters penned for Time, influential moms like Tina Knowles, Sharon Osbourne and Los Angeles Sparks basketball player Candace Parker, wrote sweet tributes to their children, dishing on the way they've shaped their lives.
"[Motherhood] has taken me on an unexpected journey that can constantly surprise, educate and confuse me!," Victoria continued. "The emotional connection I feel towards my children brings boundless elation and joy as well as the inevitable worry and concern."
"They are a wonder to me every day. From a teenage son through to a toddler daughter, each moment of every day is filled with different energies, activities, feelings and a lot of comedy," she went on. "From playing sport to lounging on the sofa, each of my children fill every second with laughter, music and discussion. They are kind hearted and well-mannered and have incredibly enquiring minds, and I feel incredibly blessed to be surrounded by these phenomenal human beings."
Victoria also talked about the importance of her children understanding humility and how hard she and her hubby David Beckham have worked. She said they let them know they have a responsibility to do the same, along with being respectful and never taking anything for granted.
The fashion mogul went on, dishing on the difficulties she's faced being a working mom as well, recalling how her children have made it easier for her by hiding notes in her suitcase.
Aside from her touching words about her children, Victoria also paid tribute to moms everywhere, writing, "I have always been a great believer that women should support women, and my admiration goes out to mothers everywhere, as they constantly put their own needs behind those of their children, embracing daily uncertainties and entering the new uncharted territories that each day brings, to be, in return, rewarded with joy and unending love," she ended the note.
Victoria and David have four children, Harper, Romeo, Brooklyn and Cruz.
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