Victoria Beckham has never been known for her love of flats - and reiterated the point on Sunday as she wore six-inch boots to cheer son Romeo on at the London Marathon.
Romeo took part in a three-mile children's race and managed to raise £6,000 for the joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS and the "7" fund, which is a collaboration with UNICEF providing assistance to children in danger zones around the world.
But Victoria certainly wasn't race-ready in her £1,500 Alaia boots with seriously killer heels. VB paired her boots with cool skinny jeans, a Team Romeo tee, a leather jacket and aviator sunnies.
Rome finished the course, for children aged 11 to 17, in 18 minutes and 54 seconds.
And the 12-year-old was comforted by his "proud" parents as he appeared a little overwhelmed after completing the race.
Victoria took to Instagram to praise her boy, writing, "Well done Romeo!! We r all so proud!! Running @londonmarathon for UNAIDS and 7 Fund x vb"
Brooklyn also showed support for his brother on Instagram, posting a picture of the pair post-race while showing off his Team Romeo T-shirt.