Victoria Beckham wears bridal white as she and David celebrate their 20th wedding anniversary

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The Palace of Versailles was the main royal residence of the French monarchy from Louis XIV’s reign in 1682 until the start of the French Revolution in 1789, under Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette
Located 20km southwest of Paris, the Palace is a UNESCO World Heritage site and famed for its elaborate gardens, stunning Hall of Mirrors and the more intimate royal residences, the Grand Trianon and Petit Trianon
The Château is currently the third biggest tourist attraction in France after the Louvre and the Eiffel Tower
A private tour of the Palace costs approximately £897 for a group of up to 20, with prestige packages also available upon request
The couple enjoyed plenty of glasses of Plenitude P2 Vintage Dom Perignon champagne, which is priced at £820 per bottle
David, 44, and Victoria, 45, married on July 4 1999 at Luttrellstown Castle, Dublin, in an extravagant ceremony — complete with golden thrones and a glittering tiara — that was reported to have cost an eye-watering £800,000
The couple are parents to Brooklyn, 21, Romeo, 16, Cruz, 14 and Harper, seven

David and Victoria Beckham celebrated their 20th wedding anniversary in style as they enjoyed a private tour of the Palace of Versailles in France on Friday.

Taking to Instagram, the couple were the picture of happiness in a slew of snaps from the occasion, with Victoria hearkening back to her wedding with a white midi dress.

The couple’s outing came after they marked 20 years of marriage a day earlier with a slew of social media snaps, documenting their relationship since their incredibly lavish wedding in 1999.

The Palace of Versailles was the main royal residence of the French monarchy from Louis XIV’s reign in 1682 until the start of the French Revolution in 1789, under Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette.

Located 20km southwest of Paris in the Yveleines department, the Palace is a UNESCO World Heritage site and famed for its elaborate gardens, stunning Hall of Mirrors and the more intimate royal residences, the Grand Trianon and Petit Trianon.

The Château is currently the third biggest tourist attraction in France after the Louvre and the Eiffel Tower.

A private tour of the Palace costs approximately £897 for a group of up to 20 people, with prestige packages priced upon request according to the official website.

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