Victoria Beckham couldn't be happier!
The fashion designer was a guest on Today
Friday morning, where she opened up about life at home with her husband, David Beckham
, and their four children, sons Brooklyn, 18, Romeo, 14, and Cruz, 12, and daughter Harper, 5.
"It is a juggling act constantly," she admitted. "I'm lucky that David is the most fantastic father and husband, and he's great. We're very equal at home, and we're a really, really good team."
"I'm definitely not a pushover, and neither is David," she continued. "You know, we are strict with the children. They are happy kids, but they're polite children."
Victoria also revealed that her and David's kids "work hard at school."
"They know that they have to work hard," she said. "Homework has to be done on time. We are constantly checking their grades at school. We're always at parents' evening. And the most important question that we always have is, 'Are they nice kids? And are they well behaved?' It's not about how academic are they. It's a happy household. There's music on. We're singing and dancing."
A happy household, indeed! The 42-year-old businesswoman also couldn't help herself from gushing over her husband of nearly 20 years, telling Today, "I think he's my soulmate."
"We complement each other," she explained. "He's the most incredible husband, fantastic father. He inspires me every day. Not just seeing him with the children and how he treats me. It just works. We're lucky to have each other."
Family aside, Beckham has her hands full with her various fashion collections, including a brand new Victoria Beckham for Target
line, available in stores and online starting April 9. But will she ever find time to reunite with Mel C., Geri Halliwell, Mel B. and Emma Bunton for a Spice Girls
get-together? According to Beckham, it's probably not happening.
"There won't be a reunion because I think that when we performed at the Olympics, it was so great. And that was us, celebrating everything that we had achieved," she said. "But I still talk to the other girls. We're still very close. But I think you need to -- you need to know when it's time to actually say, 'That was great, we achieved a lot.' And everybody moves on."