The Beckhams Prove They're the Best-Dressed Family in Hollywood at the Premiere of David's Netflix Doc

All four Beckham kids attended the London premiere of dad David's new docuseries, 'Beckham,' in style

<p>Gareth Cattermole/Getty </p> Mia Regan, Romeo Beckham, Cruz Beckham, Harper Beckham, David Beckham, Victoria Beckham, Brooklyn Peltz Beckham and Nicola Peltz Beckham at the London premiere of David

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Mia Regan, Romeo Beckham, Cruz Beckham, Harper Beckham, David Beckham, Victoria Beckham, Brooklyn Peltz Beckham and Nicola Peltz Beckham at the London premiere of David's Netflix docuseries, 'Beckham.'

Fashion runs in the Beckham family!

David Beckham, Victoria Beckham and all four Beckham children arrived at the London premiere of Beckham — a four-part Netflix docuseries about the patriarch’s life — in style, cementing their status as one of the most supportive and fashion-forward families in Hollywood.

Fresh off of the Paris Fashion Week grind, Victoria, 49, stood out in a chic, double-breasted white suit. The fashion designer — who just showed her label's latest collection with her family in attendance — paired the monochromatic look with black pumps, a black clutch with gold details and her hair pulled into a sleek low ponytail.

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Brooklyn Peltz Beckham, Cruz Beckham and David, 48, all offered a different take on the classic suit. The Inter Miami CF co-owner and Beckham star wore a crisp, fitted navy suit, which he paired with a white undershirt, muted blue tie and brown dress shoes.

<p>Gareth Cattermole/Getty</p> Victoria and David Beckham at the premiere of 'Beckham.'

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Victoria and David Beckham at the premiere of 'Beckham.'

Like his dad, Brooklyn, 24, also wore a simple suit, but ditched a tie for a more casual look, opting instead to unbutton the top few buttons of his white undershirt. The eldest Beckham son’s resemblance to his father was uncanny as they both sported matching buzzcuts.

Cruz, 18, opted for an even more relaxed look, sporting black trousers and a white tank top layered underneath a button-up shirt, which he wore open. He dressed up the casual 'fit with a black and gold belt, a chunky necklace and a pair of white sneakers.

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Rome Beckham, 21, stood out from the other Beckham boys in an oversize, chocolate-brown suit, complete with a buttonless suit jacket and pleated, drop-crotch trousers. He accessorized with a stack of silver chains, sunglasses and sneakers.

The pro soccer player stood side-by-side with girlfriend Mia Regan at the Netflix premiere. The 20-year-old model wore a slinky black slip dress, dainty silver jewelry and a matte red lip, and pulled her blond hair into a sleek low bun.

<p>Gareth Cattermole/Getty </p> Cruz, Harper, David and Victoria Beckham at the premiere of 'Beckham.'

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Cruz, Harper, David and Victoria Beckham at the premiere of 'Beckham.'

Regan, as well as the youngest Beckham kid, Harper, 12, both wore a purse from Victoria’s brand, the Chain Pouch Bag. While the model matched her gown with a black bag, Harper opted to wear the leather purse in lilac, which complemented her baby-pink dress.

Victoria’s mini-me also accessorized her pastel look with a dainty necklace and wore her hair in a simple middle part.

Brooklyn’s wife, Nicola Peltz Beckham, rounded off the family’s red carpet pictures in an edgy ensemble. The 28-year-old actress wore a full-on fall look — a red leather jacket-dress, sheer black tights and black pumps — and pulled her pin-straight tresses into a half-up-half-down ‘do.

<p>Lia Toby/Getty</p> Anna Wintour and David Beckham at the London premiere of 'Beckham.'

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Anna Wintour and David Beckham at the London premiere of 'Beckham.'

David's parents, Sandra and Ted Beckham, also attended the event, along with stars like James Corden and Anna Wintour, who was photographed hugging the retired soccer star.

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The entire Beckham family was all smiles at the premiere of David’s docuseries, which promises to tell the story of the soccer star’s “meteoric rise from humble beginnings to global football stardom,” per its Netflix listing.

Oscar-winning filmmaker Fisher Stevens, who directed Beckham, said he went into the project knowing that it would center on not only David but his family.

“I knew I wanted to make a story about family and fathers and sons,” Stevens, 59, told PEOPLE. “Father being his real dad, father being Sir Alex Ferguson, father being all the father figures that kind of push these elite athletes to becoming who they are. And I knew that it was going to be kind of a love story about him and his wife and him and his family because they are such a unit. I didn't realize until I was with them just how much of a unit they are.”

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The Succession alum also said that David was very different than he expected going into the project.

“He wasn't what I expected at all. He was so open. He's like, ‘I'm ready. I want to tell my story before someone else does.’ And then I started doing research and I was like, ‘Jesus, this guy's life is nuts. Nuts,’” Stevens said. “I had no idea. And then when I met with him and Victoria, I was like, ‘Oh my God, they're going to be fun. They're going to be good. They're going to be fun and they're going to be difficult and it's going to be great.’”

Beckham begins streaming on Netflix on Oct. 4.

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