Victoria Beckham could be seen lovingly holding husband David's hand on Friday as the pair stepped out to celebrate her Paris Fashion Week debut at an afterparty with family.
It capped a great day for Posh, who had earlier been joined by son Brooklyn and his wife Nicola Peltz at her show, following weeks of animosity with her daughter-in-law.
The pair were rumoured to have been embroiled in a bitter family feud since April after 48-year old Victoria told Nicola she wouldn't be able to provide her with a wedding dress of her own creation.
However, the pair appeared to quash the rumours, as the newlyweds attended Victoria's show, taking front row seats alongside David, 47, and Brooklyn's three younger siblings, Romeo, 20, Cruz, 17, and Harper Seven, 11.
Brooklyn and billionaire heiress Nicola had even arrived an hour and a half early just to wish Victoria good luck.
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Heading out for the night, Vicky opted for an unexpected red and green outfit combination and dark sunglasses - despite the sun setting hours before.
The mum-of-four proudly strutted around in a tight-fitting green dress with subtly flamboyant red feathers attached to one of the arms.
While a further pop of red was offered as she wore striking, bright rouge, open-toed heels.
David, meanwhile, looked smart in a tight white t-shirt and light blue trousers. The former England captain completed his look with a pair of white trainers and a brown leather bag.
Victoria has shared plenty of photos of herself at the star-studded event in the French capital, including one of her walking down the catwalk in a classic black dress, which she teamed with a pair of knee-high boots.
The designer was clearly overwhelmed by the support of her family, and at one point was seen blowing a kiss to Brooklyn as he smiled back.
She also walked off the runway, that was held at a 17th-century church and monastery of Val-de-Grâce in the 5th arrondissement, and threw her arms around David, and close friend Eva Longoria.
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