VIDEO: See Victoria and David Beckham's twinning fashion moments

The couple are pros when it comes to matching their outfits

by Sophie Hamilton /

Victoria Beckham and David Beckham have just celebrated their 19th wedding anniversary and the stylish couple still look just as much in love today as they did when they married all the way back in 1999. Remember those golden thrones and Victoria's crown? The fashion designer and former footballer, who share four children together, are known for their on-trend fashion sense and often love to match their outfits. David even wore a white tux alongside his wife's white wedding dress when they said 'I do'. The pair are famous for their fashion twinning, wowing us many times with their coordinating outfits. 

In our video, HELLO! takes a look back at some of the Beckham's most memorable matching moments. There's that time they twinned in smart black suits and who could forget their cool leather jacket ensembles. David has even copied Victoria's plunging necklines before with an open shirt. Many thanks for that David!

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The famous couple have even twinned with their hairstyles. Take a look at Posh and Becks' now iconic matching short locks, which seem like a lifetime ago now. And then there's the accessories. Remember when they both wore cross necklaces at the same time? Now that's style confidence.

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