Victoria Beckham thinks she's done the best she could in raising her kids.
The 41-year-old fashion designer and her retired soccer star husband David Beckham are parents to sons Brooklyn, 17, Romeo, 13, and Cruz, 11, and daughter Harper, four, and though they didn't have a parental "rule book", the former Spice Girls singer is very proud of all of her children.
She said: "You don't have a rule book when you have a child. You just do the best that you can and I think the kids are doing a pretty good job.
"They're well-mannered, hard-working, they're fun and they're happy kids. So what more can you ask for?"
Victoria's former band Spice Girls were famous for their 'Girl Power' slogan and the brunette star sees her work in fashion as an extension of the message of empowerment that she, Geri Horner, Emma Bunton, Mel C and Mel B were trying to get across.
She explained to ELLE Hong Kong magazine: "In Spice Girls we talked about girl power, it's the same thing. It's empowering women and it's now doing through fashion, not music."
Victoria enjoys it when her work takes her out to Asia, especially if her husband and children are there with her.
She said: "We love coming to Asia as people have got a real strong sense of family here."
Victoria and David, 41, were recently praised for their great parenting by Chloe Grace Moretz, who is dating their eldest son.
The 19-year-old actress said: "He's a great dad, she's a great mother. They genuinely are very good parents that's what matters most, they made a pretty son."
And in another interview, the 'Bad Neighbours 2: Sorority Rising' actress again spoke of how much she likes her boyfriend's loved ones.
She said: "[The Beckhams] are a great family. They don't tout their money either."
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