Posh: I forgot son on school run

Victoria Beckham realised she'd left her eldest son at home

Victoria Beckham realised she'd left her eldest son at home

First published in Entertainment News © by

Victoria Beckham has revealed she recently set off on the school run and left son Brooklyn at home.

The 38-year-old fashion designer and busy working mum to Brooklyn, 13, Romeo, nine, Cruz, seven, and nine-month-old daughter Harper, told Vanity Fair magazine she forgot her teenage son on a busy morning.

Victoria explained: "I jump in my Range Rover, put the car seat in, put my iPod on - obviously very important - and I drive to school. And then I realise, I'd left Brooklyn in the kitchen. I was driving along, talking away, and all of a sudden, I looked at the front seat, and I was like, "S***! S***! I've forgot something!"

She added: "I got up early with Harper, sorted Harper out, got all the kids their breakfast, got them ready for school, put Harper in the car seat, and said, 'Come on, kids, we have to get going or we're going to be late' - every morning I take Brooklyn, and David takes the little boys to school. We take it in turns because they go to two different schools.

"I'd gotten down the road, and I literally had to turn around and drive back up the driveway. And David was standing there in the driveway with all three boys, just [shakes her head]. And I felt like such an idiot because I was in such a rush. Harper was in the car, I was in the car, and we were on the way to school. But we did not have the child who needed to go to school."

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11:04am Tue 1 May 12

ponderman says...

She must be as thick as pig sh1t.
She must be as thick as pig sh1t. ponderman
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