Victoria Beckham's son Romeo has begged her to make clothes for kids.
The 13-year-old Burberry model revealed his big wish last night when the fashion designer was honoured for her work (09.11.15) at the 25th Glamour Women of The Year Awards held in Carnegie Hall in New York .
Victoria, 41, attended the event with her eldest son Brooklyn, 16, while her husband David, 40, and younger kids Romeo, Cruz, 10, and Harper, four, congratulated the designer via video link.
Romeo said: "Congratulations, Mummy. You definitely deserve this award. Oh, one more thing: Can you please make kids' clothes?"
David continued: "Victoria, congratulations on an incredible achievement. So have a great night. Enjoy yourself. I have a few people that want to say something to you."
Cruz chipped in: "You're my mummy of the year: not just this year but every year!"
While Harper added sweetly "I love you, Mummy!"
Accepting her accolade from Brooklyn, Victoria took time to praise her retired soccer star spouse in her speech.
She gushed: "Running a business, my work with UNAIDS and most importantly, being a mum, wouldn't be possible without David.
"Not only is he the most incredible father, but he's supportive and someone who loves and inspires me every single day."
After the party, the former Spice Girls singer took to Twitter to express her gratitude and thank her team for their contribution to her success.
She wrote: "Thank you to all my girls. #GirlPower x vb #GlamourWOTY25 #EveryWomanCan"
Meanwhile, Caityln Jenner was recognised for being a Transgender Champion and was supported at the event by her youngest daughter Kylie Jenner, 18.
The event celebrated past Women of the Year honorees including Madeleine Albright, Samantha Power, Serena Williams, and Billie Jean King and featured a star-studded list, including Selena Gomez, who wore a beautiful red gown, Reese Witherspoon, and Jennifer Hudson.
Glamour Women of the Year 2015:
Victoria Beckham: The Fashion Force
Misty Copeland: The Showstopper
Elizabeth Holmes: The Entrepreneur
Caitlyn Jenner: The Transgender Champion
Cecile Richards: The Health Advocate
Reese Witherspoon: Game Changers
Women of Charleston: The Peacemakers
U.S. women's national soccer team: Game Changers