Victoria Beckham has already requested a play date with Kate Middleton and one-week-old baby, Prince George!
According to The Daily Star, Victoria who reportedly developed a strong relationship with the Duchess of Cambridge during her pregnancy is open to sharing her experiences as a parent.
"Victoria and Kate have had a strong friendship for some time now and Victoria was very keen to offer a helping hand," a source revealed to the magazine. "She knows all about raising children in front of the media and the pressures it can have on family life."
Middleton, 31, who gave birth to Prince George Alexander Louis in July 22 has graciously accepted Victoria's offer.
"It's more likely that Victoria will visit Kate at her home with baby Harper," the source said, adding that the Duchess is "not in a position to go out for regular mummy lunches with her friends."
"She [Victoria] thinks their kids could develop a great friendship in the future, just like her and Kate," the source said.
The Spice Girl and mother-of-four considers herself close friends of Middleton and Prince William.
Victoria and husband David were guests at the royal couple's Westminster Abbey wedding in 2011 when the singer/fashion designer was pregnant with Harper.
Enstars reported earlier this months that David suggested that the couple name their son after him.
"David's not bad," Beckham joked during an interview with Sky News. "I think they should go for David."
The retired soccer player, who worked with William on the 2012 Olympic bid praised the Duke and Duchess and said that "they're going to be amazing parents because they're so loving towards children.
"You see the way they are. Obviously I've seen more of William than I have of Kate but William has been in all of our lives for so many years," David said. "We've seen him grow from that young boy into an unbelievable gentleman.
"That's an amazing quality that he shows and I think that, as a father, is so important," David added.