Two of the biggest stars in the celebrity world collided on Saturday: Victoria Beckham and Kim Kardashian posed arm in arm at Messi’s Inter Miami debut on Friday in Florida.
Fashion designer Victoria, 49, and reality queen Kim, 42, enjoyed a “girls’ night out” where they were joined by the former Spice Girl’s daughter, Harper, 12, at the sporting event.
The game saw Messi seal a 2-1 victory for Inter Miami, of which Victoria’s husband David is president and co-owner, against Cruz Azul in the League Cup.
Posing for a photo at the soccer match, Victoria looked chic in a black bra and high-waisted pants.
Kim took a look at her midriff as she opted for a white crop top and a pair of blue jeans that were ripped at the knee.
‘Girls night out!’ Victoria Beckham and Kim Kardashian posed arm in arm as they were joined by Victoria’s daughter Harper for Messi’s Inter Miami debut in Florida on Friday.
She completed her look with a pair of open heels while accessorizing with a pink chain belt from Chanel.
Harper wore a sky blue dress with a black floral print that she paired with comfortable white sneakers.
Sharing the photo on Instagram, Victoria captioned her post: ‘Girls night out! Kisses @kimkardsahian.’
It comes after Victoria gushed with her husband David on Instagram on Saturday as their Inter Miami team clinched victory in Lionel Messi’s debut against Cruz Azul.
The fashionista said she is very “proud” as she hugged the former footballer, 48, on the pitch in an instant.
He shared a gallery of glamorous photos of the couple and their two youngest children, Cruz, 18, and Harper at the party.
The family was delighted when Messi sealed a 2-1 victory for Inter Miami against Cruz Azul in the League Cup game on Friday night.
Victoria was every inch the doting wife as she wrapped her arms around David’s neck as she posed for photos at the star-studded game.
What a night in Miami! Victoria gushed about her husband David on Instagram Saturday when her team Inter Miami clinched victory in Lionel Messi’s debut against Cruz Azul.
‘I just can’t express how proud I am’: The fashion designer, 49, said she was very ‘proud’ as she hugged the former footballer, 48, on the pitch in an instant
Victoria wrote: ‘I just can’t express how proud I am of @davidbeckham. Wow! What a night in Miami!! @cruzbeckham #harperseven.’
After the match, Victoria was seen taking photos of David with Messi after the team claimed victory in the exciting game.
Victoria’s eldest son, Brooklyn, did not attend because he was sunbathing in St Tropez, France, with his wife Nicola.
at the match, David was left very emotional and on the verge of tears. after Messi’s goal in the discount in the debut of the new signing.
Messi was substituted off the bench in the 54th minute of the match to make his first appearance for the MLS side and he made it unforgettable.
The Argentine fired a stunning free kick into the top left corner in the 94th minute to prevent the match from going to penalties.
The goal secured a Hollywood debut for the seven-time Ballon d’Or winner that even moved co-owner David.
The England legend was seen with tears in his eyes, emotional about the goal, with his team sealing a 2-1 victory against Cruz Azul.
Family: Victoria shared a gallery of glamorous photos of the couple and their two younger children Cruz, 18, and Harper, 12, at the party
All smiles: David looked dapper in a sharp navy suit and Cruz rocked a black Miami soccer jersey with a coordinating pair of pants.
“To be honest, as soon as I saw the free kick given, I thought: ‘This is how it has to end,” Messi later said on Apple’s MLS Season Pass.
“Especially when you have players like Leo and Sergio [Busquets] in the field, that’s what they produce.
“It’s very exciting tonight for our fans,” he continued. “All these people, who have come here to see Leo step on the field, let alone do what he has done. Honestly, Sergio’s performance was incredible.
“But you know it’s a dream come true for everyone in this stadium to see him, and for everyone in this country to see Leo enter MLS and perform.” I don’t have many words for that.
No stranger to a late free kick, David last played professionally in 2013 when he ended a golden run with PSG.
Success: It was a dream start in the US for Messi, who was buzzing around the pitch in a free role.
And the experience of helplessly watching the League Cup game from the stands before Messi’s goal was difficult for him.
‘It’s terrible… watching these games is so… as a former player you feel frustrated. As a player you can do something about it if you’re losing, when you own you can’t,” he said.
But tonight is about the people. It’s about this. This is what we always saw as our vision, me and Jorge and José, and the club.
‘This is what we saw. So this is such a special night for us, for our fans, for everyone in this stadium, for you. It is such a time for this country. It’s such a time for this league. And it’s a very proud moment for us.