Posh cuddles up 'sleepy' son Cruz at hockey match

   Apr 17, 5:30 pm

London, Apr 17 (ANI): Victoria Beckham was spotted cuddling up to her sleepy seven-year-old sports fan son Cruz at a hockey game on Sunday, just hours after his loving embrace with dad David at the Lakers game earlier in the day.

Apparently, the excitement of two big matches in one day was a bit too much for Cruz, who took the opportunity to close his eyes as he leaned back onto his mother during the game.

Even Victoria looked tired throughout the hockey game.

The pictures of both David and Victoria cuddling up to their youngest son came after the former Spice Girls star revealed in a recent interview that there's nothing her children like more than a cuddle with their parents, the Daily Mail reported.

"They cuddle up like little peas in a pod, but only on a non-school night," Victoria told The Sun.

David then apparently added: "Or when Mummy's had a glass of wine!"

Both Romeo and Victoria and David's little girl Harper were missing from the evening, while Cruz and Victoria were seen sitting next to David and the pair's eldest son Brooklyn. (ANI)

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