Victoria Beckham has marked US mother’s day by saying that she misses her son and “cannot wait” to be reunited with her family.
The star, 46, wished a happy mother’s day “to all the mothers celebrating and being celebrated around the world today”.
Addressing her son, she said: “I miss you Brooklyn Beckham.”
Beckham added that she “cannot wait for the time when I can be reunited with all my family”.
She shared the message alongside a photo of her alongside her children.
Model Gigi Hadid, who is expecting her first child with Zayn Malik, paid tribute to her own mother, Yolanda.
Alongside a picture of them together, she wrote: “Best I could ever ask for. Happy Mother’s Day to the one I’ll do my best to emulate. I love you beyond words @yolanda.hadid you are a superhero!!!!!”
Other celebrities also shared mother’s day messages to mark the occasion.
Fashion designer Stella McCartney also shared a tribute to her late mother Linda, saying she “taught me the important things in life and made me feel safe each day”.
McCartney added: “I miss you mum; it breaks my heart that you didn’t meet my husband or your stunning grandchildren, but you’re in them and every single day you are celebrated and in my heart, mind and spirit.”
Alongside a clip of her and her mum in the music video for Mother’s Daughter, Miley Cyrus said that she “always told me I would make, so I did it!”
Cyrus that she is “so thankful for you always”, adding that she is the “most supportive” mother ever.
Actor Chris Hemsworth wrote on Instagram: “Happy Mother’s Day to all the incredible mums out there. We salute you!”
Kiss bassist Gene Simmons also paid a tribute to his late mother.
He tweeted: “To my mother: always in my heart and soul.
“I miss you terribly every day.
“And I’ll miss you until the very last breath I take.
“Run over to your mother, while she is still here.
“Hug her. Kiss her. And tell her you love her… Every day!”
Bollywood star Priyanka Chopra also shared a Mother’s Day tribute.
She tweeted: “Happy Mother’s Day to all the maternal figures around the world.
“Today, we celebrate you.”