David Beckham and Liam Payne lead celebrity tributes on Mother's Day

Showbiz and sports stars honoured their own mothers and the mothers of their children.

David Beckham and Liam Payne are among the stars paying tribute to their mums and wives on Mother’s Day.

The former football star sent a message of love to his own mother Sandra and wife Victoria, mother of his four children.

He wrote on Instagram: “Happy Mother’s Day to 2 of the best mums in the world …

“Two women that lead by example and love with everything they have… myself and my sisters are lucky and so are our beautiful children…

“Happy Mother’s Day to all the amazing mums in this world.”

Their son Romeo also shared a message to his mother, writing: “Happy Mother’s Day to the best mum in the world! I love you so much.”

Victoria also shared her own tribute to her mother Jackie, posting a picture of them together when she was a baby and writing: “Happy Mother’s Day @jackie.adams_ x I love u so so much xxxxx Kisses x.”

Sir Paul McCartney posted a picture of himself and brother Mike with their mother from when they were children, adding: “Happy #MothersDay to mothers everywhere!”

The Royal Family Twitter account shared photos of the Queen with each of her children.

Lewis Hamilton shared pictures and tributes to “the women who have provided me with unconditional love, warmth and guidance my entire life”.

And Frank Bruno shared a heartfelt message to his own mother Lynette, who died in 2016, and “all the mums, step mums [and] dads that play mums”.

He wrote: “Happy Mother’s Day Mum, Not a day goes by I don’t think of you, always in my heart & greatly missed.

“Happy Mother’s Day to all the Mums, step mums, dads that play mums. Relax you deserve it & thinking of those like myself who can’t share the day with their mum #Mothersday.”

Liam Payne also shared a Mother’s Day tribute to former partner Cheryl, the mother of their son Bear, and to his own mother Karen.

He wrote: “Happy Mother’s Day to these two amazing super mums not sure what me and the little man would do without you xx.”

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