Beckham, 43, was accompanied to the palace by her parents and husband, who was granted the same title 13 years ago.
Victoria Beckham has received an OBE by the Duke of Cambridge. Last month, Beckham launched her 200-piece collaboration with Target and has created two capsule collections with Estée Lauder.
"I'm proud to be British, honored and humbled to receive my OBE from HRH the Duke of Cambridge".
The designer wore a dark navy ankle-length sheath dress and maroon suede heels for the ceremony and pulled her brown hair into a loose chignon at the nape of her neck.
"If you dream big and work hard you can accomplish great things", she added.
Victoria's husband, former English football captain David, was granted an OBE back in 2003.
Speaking ahead of her visit to the Palace, the mother-of-four admitted losing touch with most of her school pals over time. For Victoria, her philanthropic work as a UNAIDS goodwill ambassador was very important, she travelled with her kids to Africa where they fought for the rights of women with HIV who suffer prejudice and discrimination in their communities.
Victoria, who appeared at the service with slightly messy hair, also said she hopes five-year-old daughter Harper, will not follow in her footsteps and grow up wearing too much make-up or revealing clothes.
Victoria was seen being driven through the gates of the palace in one vehicle while her proud mother Jackie and dad Tony followed behind, waving at the crowds.
They led to claims the star only supported charities and good causes in order to get a peerage - accusations Beckham strongly denies.
And there were more distinctions to go around - athlete Jessica Ennis-Hill was made a Dame as part of the ceremony, and actor Mark Rylance received a knighthood.