Victoria Beckham has revealed the details of her daily routine looking after her four children and running a fashion empire, saying that she starts the day by helping her kids with their homework over breakfast.
The fashion designer - who has four children, Brooklyn, 14, Romeo, 10, Cruz, eight, and 19-month-old Harper with husband David - told the US edition of Harper's Bazaar magazine: "I'm just nibbling while giving the kids all their breakfasts.
"And while that's all happening, they'll have a spelling test or a times table test. We have times tables on Post-its all over the fridge.
"So we're quizzing each other in the morning, and we make it into a little bit of a game. Yes, at age 38, I'm still doing homework!"
The Spice Girls star, 38, also revealed she and David, 37, share the school run in the mornings - though he is currently playing for French football side Paris St Germain - dropping off their three boys at three different schools before she goes to work at her fashion studio in Battersea.
She said: "The first thing I do is check in with my team. I have about 80 people in the studio, including seamstresses, an e-commerce team, everyone.
"Another thing I do as soon as I get in is check all aspects of my fall collection show in New York - floor samples, set designs, music, floor plans. I'm hands-on, you could say! From the minute I get to work, it's pretty non-stop."
Victoria's work day doesn't end when she leaves the office to pick up her children at 4pm - she stays connected with her empire by carrying a MacBook, iPad, iPad Mini and an iPhone in a tote bag everywhere she goes.
However, she does try to make time for David in the evenings when he's in town.
Victoria said: "David and I like to go out for dinner, either just the two of us or with the kids. We like to go out and socialise a lot as a family. Now we're back in London, we've got lots of family here."