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David Beckham Celebrates Victoria, His Mom and Mother-in-Law on Mother’s Day: ‘The Most Amazing Mummys’

"Thank you for everything you do," Beckham wrote in a sweet tribute to the mothers in his life

<p>Victoria Beckham Instagram</p> (L-R) David, Romeo and Victoria Beckham

Victoria Beckham Instagram

(L-R) David, Romeo and Victoria Beckham

David Beckham recognized the amazing mothers in his life on Mother's Day in the U.K.

England celebrated Mother's Day on Sunday, and the former soccer star, 48, took to social media to celebrate his mom, Sandra Beckham, his wife, Victoria Beckham and his mother-in-law, Jackie Adams.

Victoria, 49, and David share Brooklyn, 25, Romeo, 21, Cruz, 19, and Harper, 12.

"So lucky to have the most amazing Mummy’s in our life’s," David wrote in the post. "Thank you for everything you do and the love you give to the whole family x We love u so much."

David tagged Victoria, Sandra and Jackie in the caption, and added, "HAPPY MOTHERS DAY," with a red heart emoji.

The retired soccer star shared five throwback photos in his tribute to the women, including photos from when his and Victoria's kids were just babies.

In the second slide, Victoria is wearing a New York baseball cap while giving a baby bottle to her infant. The designer matched her cap to a grey sweatshirt and playfully put her son's toes in her mouth while he drinks from the bottle.

<p>David Beckham/Instagram</p> Victoria Beckham throwback photo

David Beckham/Instagram

Victoria Beckham throwback photo

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In another slide, Victoria spins Harper on a staircase as their daughter smiles and poses for the photo.

David's photo gallery included an old selfie-style photo of Victoria as she and their young sons lay cuddled up in a bed. The group is all smiles as they look cozied up in the image.

<p>David Beckham/Instagram</p> Victoria Beckham and sons

David Beckham/Instagram

Victoria Beckham and sons

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In February, David told PEOPLE he's looking forward to celebrating his and Victoria's 25th wedding anniversary on July 4. This year also marks a quarter century since one of his greatest soccer achievements.

"For me, personally, I am also looking forward to celebrating — it will be 25 years since Manchester United won the treble — including the Champions League of course! — and Victoria and I will also celebrate our 25th wedding anniversary," Beckham told PEOPLE. "So lots to look forward to!"

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David and Victoria got engaged a year after they met at a soccer match in 1997, and the pair officially wed on July 4, 1999, in Ireland. The ceremony took place at Luttrellstown Castle outside of Dublin, which includes 20 bedrooms and a ballroom, and is part of a private 560-acre estate.

<p>Karwai Tang/WireImage</p> David Beckham and Victoria Beckham arrive at The Fashion Awards 2018

Karwai Tang/WireImage

David Beckham and Victoria Beckham arrive at The Fashion Awards 2018

David and Victoria exchanged vows in front of 29 guests, and as the pair said their “I do's,” a dove was released. A flag was also raised above the castle that read “V. B. D.” standing for Victoria, their son Brooklyn and David.

For the reception, they reportedly welcomed a much larger guest list of about 230 people. David and Victoria famously sat on matching gold thrones and shared their first dance to Frank Sinatra’s recording of “It Had to Be You.”

Four months before they tied the knot, the couple welcomed their first child, Brooklyn Beckham. He served as the ring bearer at their ceremony and was dressed in an all-cream outfit to match David’s suit, which included a satin cravat, a pinstripe vest and a long suit jacket.

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