David and Victoria Beckham are relationship goals in these new vids

Why weren't we born them?

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Even though they are probably one of the most glamorously adorable couples in the public eye, it isn’t often that Mr and Mrs Beckham share cutesy snaps over social media.

But Victoria has shared a series of adorable vids and photos of the pair via Instagram and Twitter as they took to the stage together in China this week.

They may have dazzled at the Global Shopping Festival Countdown Gala in Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, but it was the glimpse behind the scenes that gave us serious relationship goals.

Victoria plays with sunnies at night time.

Hand in hand to the stage.

And sharing the load when on the stage.

But the best bit has to be Victoria showing her cheeky side…

Thank you, Posh n’ Becks. If you can still show love like this after more than 17 years of marriage, then there is hope for us all.

It’s good to see VB looking so comfortable in her own skin.

According to the former manager of the Spice Girls, Victoria “always felt uncomfortable” in the group.

Simon Fuller said she could sing and dance “pretty well” when she found fame as Posh Spice but only discovered her “true vocation” when she quit music and began working in the fashion industry.

Simon, who continues to manage Victoria and her husband David, was speaking on stage after he was named entrepreneur of the year at the Business Innovation Awards in Los Angeles.

He said: “Victoria, coming out of the Spice Girls, being married to David Beckham, launched a solo career. She never felt comfortable.

“Even in the Spice Girls – it was great fun, she was in the world’s biggest group for two or three years – but she didn’t feel comfortable.

“She could sing pretty well, she could dance pretty well, but she always felt uncomfortable.

“When the Spice Girls broke up, she had a few songs as a solo artist but she wasn’t happy and she said to me, ‘Simon, I just don’t want to do music any more. What do you think I should do?’

“It was one of those things that you get this kind of clarity of vision. I’ve known Victoria since she was 18 and her passion in life was always clothes.

“She was called Posh Spice because she always wore the best dresses and she knew everything about clothes.

“I said: ‘You should be in fashion. You should be a designer’.”

Speaking to television producer Nigel Lythgoe, Simon said Victoria, 42, had since found her “passion in life” and true vocation.

“She’s now a legitimate fashion designer,” he added. “Her company is worth literally hundreds of millions of dollars and there’s no stopping her.

“She will be – without any doubt – one of the world’s greatest designers in the next few years.”