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Top support for Victoria Beckham’s new show

In Vogue: Emmanuelle Alt [left], Edward Enninful, Romeo, Brooklyn, Cruz, Harper, Becks and Anna Wintour in front row PICTURE: WIREIMAGE

VICTORIA BECKHAM’S husband David and their four children were all in the front row to support her at London Fashion Week… along with someone else seen as rather Posh.

Dame Helen Mirren, star of 2006 film The Queen, was also at yesterday’s show, where she posed for a selfie backstage with the former Spice Girl.

Grand designs: The show was held in the spectacular Foreign Office PICTURE: GETTY

The spring/summer 2020 collection was unveiled amid the splendour of the Foreign Office, where climate activists gathered outside to protest.

Becks, 44, posted a picture of himself with their daughter Harper and sons Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz, saying: ‘A lot of love for mummy this afternoon… Well done @victoriabeckham we are so proud as always.’ He also shared a snap of Dame Helen in the audience.

Queen and Victoria: Posh with Helen Mirren PICTURE: WIREIMAGE

Victoria, 45, posted an Instagram photo of herself with the 74-year-old Oscar winner, writing: ‘So happy to see @helenmirren backstage at #VBSS20, looking amazing in my Pre Fall collection!!! x. Kisses.’

Seated in the front row, the Beckham clan were bookended by Vogue editors — Emmanuelle Alt of Vogue Paris, Edward Enninful of British Vogue and editor-in-chief Anna Wintour, who posed with eight-year-old Harper for one of Posh’s images.

Fashion protest: Extinction Rebellion demonstrators outside the venue PICTURE: PA

Ahead of the show, about 30 demonstrators from Extinction Rebellion staged a protest outside the venue, seeking to draw attention to the fashion industry’s impact on the environment. They held banners reading ‘Fashion shouldn’t cost the Earth’ and ‘Repair Rewear Rebel’.

■ YOUNGSTERS will take part in 150 demonstrations in the UK on Friday as part of the ‘world’s largest climate strike’ — a youth call for environmental action inspired by Swedish teen activist Greta Thunberg. More than 3,400 events in 120 countries are planned, with numbers set to top the 1.6million tally from March. Environmental groups, unions and businesses have backed the protests.