THE Beckhams had a slice of family fun at a star-studded opening night of a steakhouse.
David and Victoria looked a cut above with kids Romeo, 19, Cruz, 17, and Harper, 11, at Gekko restaurant in Miami.
But eldest son Brooklyn, 23, and wife Nicola Peltz gave the reunion a miss — attending a Hollywood party instead.
Last week, it was revealed David and Victoria Beckham have cashed in more than £11million in a year – DOUBLING their profits.
Annual accounts prove “Brand Beckham” is still a soaring success – 23 years since they married.
To celebrate their hard work paying off, the couple took out £15m and paid £2.5m in tax.
It’s believed the Beckhams are thought to be worth around £339m altogether.
Their global brand empire has gone from strength to strength as the power couple continue to forge ahead with their joint business interests.
Brand Beckham Holdings showed on Companies House this week that the pair made a massive £11.6m in the 12 months to the end of December 2020 – compared to £4.5m in 2019.
A report said that much of the cash was brought in from David’s lucrative tie-ins with big-name firms and his MLS football team Inter Miami CF.
The ex-Manchester United midfielder is believed to pay himself £35,000 a day and still ranks among the top Premier League earners.
Accountants revealed: “The principal activity of the company is that of a holding company.
“During the year the principal activities were as follows: 1: management and licensing of the David Beckham business brand. 2: investment in the Victoria Beckham global fashion and beauty brand. 3: ownership, participation in the Major League Soccer club Inter Miami CF.
“During 2020 relationships with existing brand partners were strengthened and new deals signed to a portfolio which now includes F45 Electronic Arts, Adidas,Tudor and Diageo’s Haig Club.
“Alongside this brand partnership activity, David Beckham continues to build and support the MLS football league team Inter Miami CF.”