It was a big weekend for Victoria Beckham.
Not only did she celebrate her 16th anniversary with her hearthrob hubster David Beckham, but she also unveilled her new Vogue magazine cover – and, we have to say, the 41-year-old looks incredible.
Showing off her enviable bone structure in a series of high fashion shots, the mum-of-four rocked an uber glam make-up look, with contouring that Kim Kardashian would be proud of.
Her hair was windswept in a no-fuss straight-down ‘do, and her eyebrows were penciled into their signature lines.
She captioned her favourite shot from the series: “Wearing one of my favourite dresses from my Autumn Winter collection x vb @vogueaustralia #VBDoverSt”
In a candid new interview to accompany the photoshoot, VB opens up about life as a working mum.
She admits: “A lot of people probably don’t even notice me – I’ll dash around Marks & Spencer in my flat shoes, head down, with a shopping basket … Occasionally, at the checkout, a cashier will say: ‘You look just like Victoria Beckham.'”
It’s hard to imagine the fashion designer in such a normal everyday setting. And it’s even harder to believe that the former Spice Girl isn’t recognised. We’d totally know that face anywhere, Vic.
Despite her success as an entrepreneur, Victoria claims that her family are the most important achievement of all.
She took to Instagram over the weekend to declare: “I’m so proud of our beautiful family.”
Speaking with Australian Vogue, she opened up about spending quality time with her children: “The three boys love football like their dad; they love all sport, not just football… And they’re into so many other things. They love art; they’re very creative, very arty. Brooklyn loves photography; he’s got a really great eye.”
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As parents, David and Victoria work hard to instill good values and a strong work ethic into their children. They start every week with the mantra: “Monday is great. We have the whole of the week ahead of us.”
We love the positivity, VB.
By Laura Jane Turner