She was joined by her husband, former soccer star David Beckham, who himself received an OBE in 2003, and her parents for the ceremony.
But it seems Victoria couldn't give a "zigazig ah", channelling her inner Posh while posing for photographs outside the Palace. Mrs Beckham wore a floor-length black dress and high purple heels and looked chirpy as she waited to go into the ceremony.
Earlier this morning, Victoria Beckham's contributions to the British fashion industry were honored at Buckingham Palace.
Upon the December announcement that she was to receive the honour, Kervin said: 'I'm very flattered.
'We've tried hard to do things a little differently - to be more investigative and to throw our weight behind big campaigns that fight to change sport and make it safer'. Her four children, Brooklyn, 18, Romeo, 14, Cruz, 12, and Harper, 5, were not in attendance. I love you to the moon and back xx have the best day ever!'
"Just to hear the national anthem in this kind of moment again is really special because I've so many fantastic memories of standing on the podium and hearing it and to be here receiving a damehood, which I never imagined I would ever receive, is an incredible honour".
Victoria was awarded for her services in the fashion industry (hello, she's one awesome designer) and her charitable work spanning 17 years.
"She is especially thrilled that her philanthropic work as a UNAIDS goodwill ambassador, creating a voice and awareness for women with HIV that suffer prejudice and discrimination has been recognised in this way", the source continued.
Following her Spice Girls days, she launched her debut collection at New York Fashion Week in 2008.
Becoming an official Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire? She posted this photo on Instagram last night holding her medal in the grounds of Buckingham Palace.