Victoria Beckham explains that she hasn’t stopped crying since Brooklyn left for college

And we totally get it.

victoria beckham

And we totally get it.

From the editors of InStyle US Words by Olivia Bahou

Some mothers may cry tears of joy when their teenagers finally head off to college, but Victoria Beckham is not one of those mums. Her 18-year-old son Brooklyn headed off to Parsons School of Design last month, and Becks is still grieving after her eldest son moved out.

‘I’m still crying. Brooklyn’s moved to New York, he’s 18, and I haven’t stopped crying,’ she told beauty channel Pixiwoo in a video interview. ‘I miss him so much, so much.’

Luckily, Brooklyn is studying in N.Y.C., and the former Spice Girl has already made quite a few visits to see her son at school. The teen even sat front row at VB’s New York Fashion Week show earlier this month alongside dad David.

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Brooklyn isn’t the only Beckham headed into the classroom: Victoria also dished on her 6-year-old daughter Harper starting school earlier this month. ‘I think it’s great. We’re blessed to have children. It’s a good thing. If you’re sad your baby’s going off to school, you’re a good mummy,’ she said.

Victoria isn’t the only Beckham who’s missing Brooklyn: David shared a sweet snap on Thursday of his eldest son. ‘Missing you, bust,’ he wrote.

That’s the mark of a truly tight-knit brood.

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