She was born on April 17, 1974 in Harlow, England, as Victoria Caroline Adams. She wanted to be a star from the age of eight after watching the movie “Fame” (1980), Beckham later admitted.
When she became part of the Spice Girls, Beckham was named Posh Spice because of its expensive taste and style. “I liked the nice restaurants and the nice clothes, and that was my character,” she said in the documentary, “The Spice Girls Story: Viva Forever!”
In 1997 she started dating David Beckham, an English footballer. The two met for the first time in a charity game and Victoria gave him their number. ‘He still has the London-Manchester plane ticket you’re on [Victoria] wrote it, ”she revealed in an issue of British Vogue.
She made her model debut in 2000 when she was a guest at the London Fashion Week (photo) for Maria Grachvogel.
Beckham wrote her autobiography “Learning to Fly” in 2001, which became a bestseller in Great Britain. The book deals with her childhood, her rise to Spice Girls and family life.
She was one of the most photographed women in the world after becoming famous with the Spice Girls and their marriage to David Beckham. However, their increasing popularity also led to a frustrated conspiracy to kidnap her as a ransom in 2002.
Beckham took on the role of a “fashion editor” when her friend Katie Holmes appeared in the March 2007 issue of Harper’s Bazaar.
She has two tattoos dedicated to David Beckham: his initials on the left wrist (picture) and a star on the lower back.
She has four children with her husband: (L-R) sons Brooklyn, Cruz and Romeo and daughter Harper.
She followed in the footsteps of David Beckham, who modeled for the Emporio Armani underwear line, with an advertising campaign for the brand’s lingerie in 2009.
At the British Fashion Awards 2011, she defeated big names in the industry – including Stella McCartney, Tom Ford and Burberry – and won the Designer Brand of the Year award.
With a net worth of £ 210m, she was named the UK’s top entrepreneur in 2014 and her brand has seen 2,900 percent sales increase in the past five years.
In 2013, the BBC named her one of the 100 most powerful women in Britain.
Beckham’s designs are often showcased by Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, former U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama, Lady Gaga, Jennifer Lopez and Blake Lively.
Victoria Beckham was “humiliated” to chat with NHS workers in the midst of the
The 45-year-old fashion designer went to Instagram to share snippets of conversations with doctors and nurses in Scotland when she praised her for “inspiring” so many people and asking everyone to stay home to help them.
On Instagram she said: “NHS FaceTime … Yesterday I had the humble opportunity to speak to an NHS team in Scotland. Please take a look at what they say. They are so inspiring and we all have to do it. ” our contribution to staying at home and helping these incredible workers and their colleagues at the front x VB (sic) ”
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It comes after Victoria announces that it will donate 20 percent of its fashion and beauty sales to help those at the forefront of the
In a statement, she said: “We are committed to looking after and supporting those at the front of COVID-19 relief efforts. Words cannot describe how grateful we all are for the courage and hard work of everyone who matters Sacrifice something.” We are there together. At Victoria Beckham and Victoria Beckham Beauty, we strongly believe that in these uncertain times, it should not be one of these uncertainties to feed yourself and your family. ”
Victoria will donate the money from sales on victoriabeckham.com and victoriabeckhambeauty.com to The Trussell Trust and Feeding America. The Victoria flagship store in London had to be temporarily closed as the UK government may open stores as a result of stringent blocking measures. However, Victoria’s online site remains strong.
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German tourists line up on April 6 to enter Christchurch International Airport in New Zealand. Air New Zealand is operating a number of special charter flights on behalf of the federal government to repatriate German travelers stranded in New Zealand due to the COVID 19 pandemic.
Hospital staff members wear candles and oil lamps to show solidarity with people affected by
coronavirus disease, doctors, nurses, and other health workers from around the world during a 21-day nationwide blockade in Kolkata, India. on April 5th.
A volunteer woman, wearing a face mask and gloves to curb the spread of the corona virus, sews face masks on April 5 in a mosque in Tehran, Iran.
Pope Francis celebrates Palm Sunday Mass behind closed doors on April 5 during a blockade to curb the spread of COVID-19 in St. Peter’s Basilica in Vatican City.
A devotee stands next to palm fronds and religious icons that stand on a table in front of her house on April 5th as part of Palm Sunday celebrations in Quezon City, Philippines.
A person wearing a personal protective suit (PPE) leaves Elmhurst Hospital Center on April 5, in New York City, New York, USA, as the outbreak of
coronavirus disease continues.
A man in a mask watches April 5 in Bnei Brak, Israel. The ultra-orthodox Jewish city was declared an “exclusion zone” on April 3 due to its high infection rate.
A driver drives through a disinfection tunnel in Chennai, India, on April 5, during a government-imposed nationwide blockade as a preventive measure against COVID-19.
Residents will receive free reusable masks that will be distributed by the government at a community center as stricter measures to combat the COVID-19 outbreak are announced in Singapore on April 5.
During the April 4 COVID 19 outbreak in Medford, Massachusetts, U.S., people are standing in safe social distance from the grocery store.
People wearing face masks commute on a train in Hong Kong on April 4 to fear COVID-19 disease.
Migrant workers and homeless are resting in a sports complex that became a shelter during a 21-day nationwide ban that slowed the spread of COVID-19 on April 4 in New Delhi, India.
A woman with a protective mask checks her cell phone in Woolwich, London, on April 4, while the spread of COVID-19 continues.
A view of beds in a mall, one of the largest in Iran, that was converted to a center for
coronavirus patients in Tehran, Iran on April 4.
Local Defense Unit (LDU) members unload relief supplies during a distribution exercise to civilians affected by the blockade to prevent the potential spread of COVID-19 on April 4 in Kampala, Uganda.
A man walks down an empty street in New Orleans, Louisiana, April 4, as COVID-19 continues to spread.
A man walks in the middle of empty Westminster Bridge while the spread of COVID-19 continues on April 3rd in London, England.
Medical personnel are waiting for a patient infected with
coronavirus disease (COVID-19) to board a medical TGV high-speed train on April 3 at the Strasbourg, France train station.
United States President Donald Trump speaks about the new corona virus in the James Brady Press Briefing Room of the White House in Washington, DC, April 3.
People wearing face masks will pay tribute as China mourns nationally on April 4th in Beijing, on the day of the grave sweep, for those who died from COVID-19.
A resident with a protective face mask waits for
coronavirus testing on April 3 at a makeshift rapid test center in Hanoi, Vietnam.
A couple wearing masks to prevent the spread of the new corona virus are waiting on April 3 at Independence Square in Quito, Ecuador.
Red Cross personnel wearing protective suits spray disinfectant along a street in a densely populated neighborhood on April 4 amid the spread of
coronavirus disease in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Police officers are trying to stop a rickshaw driver who resists the nationwide ban to curb the spread of the
coronavirus on March 3 in Hyderabad, Pakistan.
City workers fumigate a street on April 2 to curb the spread of the corona virus in La Paz, Bolivia.
NHS officials applaud the streets outside Royal Liverpool University Hospital during the Clap for Our Carers campaign on April 2nd in England.
A volunteer from the Blue Sky Rescue team disinfected the Qintai Grand Theater in Wuhan, China on April 2.
A New England Patriots Boeing 767-300 jet with delivery of over one million N95 masks from China arrives at Logan International Airport in Boston, Massachusetts, USA on April 2.
A volunteer disinfects a bus passenger before entering his community in Panchimalco, El Salvador, on April 2.
A Forex trader checks his colleague’s temperature in KEB Hana Bank’s Forex trading room in Seoul, South Korea on April 3.
Women maintain social distance while waiting to receive relief supplies from the local police department in Dhaka, Bangladesh on April 2.
People with face masks are waiting for a supermarket to open in Wuhan, China on April 2nd.
“Vegas Strong” will be displayed in the lights of the hotel rooms on April 1st at the Wynn Hotel-Casino on the Las Vegas Strip in Nevada, USA.
Workers in protective suits pray on April 1 before a disinfection operation in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Women queue to receive relief supplies from the local community in Dhaka, Bangladesh on April 1.
As a precaution, the stores remain closed against the COVID-19 pandemic in Rabat, Morocco, on April 1.
An aerial view of a clue dug in the sand on April 2nd reading #StayHome on Tamarama Beach in Sydney, Australia.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti wears a protective face mask during his daily press conference on April 1 in Los Angeles, California.
A community worker disinfects a street in Bizerte, Tunisia on April 1.
Residents pay for food by standing on chairs to peek over barriers that were set up in Wuhan on April 1 to protect a damp market.
On March 31, a baker in Erfurt presented sweets in the form of the “
Coronavirus” (R) and antibodies with a face mask and eyes.
On March 31, 2020, police officers walk across an empty Red Square in Moscow, Russia.
A New York City Police Officer (NYPD) takes a selfie on March 31, in an almost empty Times Square in New York City, New York, United States.
Crew members are seen entering the Queen Mary 2 cruise liner, where South African crew members are said to disembark after being tested negative for COVID-19 in Durban, South Africa on March 31.
A young man cuts another man’s hair on March 31 in Oxford, England, on a closed barber.
People are following social distancing when they line up in La Paz, Bolivia on March 30 to enter a supermarket while the
coronavirus (COVID-19) breaks out.
The One World Trade Center will be illuminated in red, white, and blue in red, white, and blue in recognition of ongoing nationwide
coronavirus efforts in New York City, according to Exchange Place, New Jersey, USA, on March 30.
A woman stands alone at a bus stop for one working day after stricter social detachment and self-isolation rules were introduced in Sydney, Australia on March 31 to limit the spread of the corona virus.
A security guard walks down an empty Foch Street before the government imposes a curfew on March 30 to curb the spread of the
coronavirus in Beirut, Lebanon.
People wearing face masks practice social distancing while waiting outside a branch of the China Postal Savings Bank in Wuhan, China, on March 31.
A man reaches for a basket that has been hung up so people can donate or eat for free while Italy fights in Naples on March 30 to stop the spread of the
Medical personnel respond on March 30 in the COVID-19 department of the Erasme Hospital in Brussels, Belgium.
A bird flies past a drone spraying disinfectant during a demonstration under the Movement Control Ordinance and restricts the activities of people in Malaysia as a preventive measure against the spread of the
coronavirus in Kuala Lumpur on March 31.
On March 30, homeless people settle in a makeshift parking lot in the Cashman Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, whose spaces are marked for social distancing.
Buddhist monks wearing face shields and masks to protect themselves from
coronavirus disease are collecting alms on March 31 in Bangkok, Thailand.
A healthcare worker sits on a bench near Central Park in the Manhattan neighborhood of New York City, New York, on March 30.
On the eve of the official opening, on March 29, the nurses worked in the new COVID-19 hospital in Verduno, Italy, to prepare the intensive care unit.
An emergency triage tent can be seen at Harborview Medical Center as efforts continue to slow the spread of COVID-19 on March 29 in Seattle, Washington, USA.
People applaud from their homes to support the medical staff working on the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus in Barcelona, Spain, on March 29.
Environmental activists wearing masks that symbolize the corona virus are participating in a prevention campaign in which people take measures to protect themselves against the spread of COVID-19 in Seoul, South Korea on March 30.
On March 29, volunteers in protective suits spray disinfectants on the shop fronts to curb the spread of the
coronavirus in Kabul, Afghanistan.
A police officer keeps his distance when he arrests a man who opposes the government lock on March 29 in Kathmandu, Nepal, despite concerns about the spread of
A man walks past an almost empty street in Tokyo during snowfall the first weekend after Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike asked Tokyo residents to stay inside on March 29 to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Migrant workers crowd in front of a bus stop while waiting to board buses to return to their villages during a 21-day nationwide ban to limit the spread of COVID-19 on March 28 in Ghaziabad, India.
Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan speaks during a press conference at the CenturyLink Field Event Center in Seattle, Washington, USA, where a field for a hospital for non-COVID-19 cases is being built to slow the spread of
coronavirus disease on March 28th.
Students of medical and medical assistants in personal protective equipment listen during a meeting before looking for possible
coronavirus cases in a makeshift homeless camp in Las Vegas, Nevada, March 28.
Indonesia’s Red Cross personnel in protective suits spray disinfectants on the streets to prevent the spread of COVID-19 on March 28 in Jakarta, Indonesia.
China’s Ambassador to Venezuela Li Baorong (L) and Venezuela’s Vice President Delcy Rodríguez are seen after the arrival of humanitarian aid from China at Simón Bolívar International Airport during the national quarantine in Caracas, Venezuela, on March 28.
A violinist plays on her balcony on March 28, 2020 to support
health workers in Mulhouse, France.
Secretary of Defense Mark Esper (R) and President Donald Trump watch the hospital ship USNS Comfort leave the Norfolk Naval Base in Norfolk, Virginia, United States on March 28. The Comfort is sailing to New York City, New York, USA to help in the
The message “Merci” (French for “thank you”) is displayed on March 27 on the facade of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France, in honor of those at the forefront of the fight against
United States President Donald Trump (C) signs the
Coronavirus Aid, Aid and Economic Security Act (CARES) of $ 2.2 trillion on March 27 in the White House Oval Office in Washington, DC, USA. Dollar.
A man plays his accordion to elevate his parents’ mood after they started practicing social isolation at their home in Concepción, Chile on March 26 to prevent them from developing
The London Eye will be illuminated on March 26 as part of a nationwide greeting to doctors, nurses and National
Health Service (NHS) staff in London, England.
The cruise ship MV Artania with passengers who tested positive for the corona virus will be in the port of Fremantle near Perth, Australia on March 27.
Arizona National Guard members pack and sort food on March 26 at a food bank in Mesa, Arizona, the
A person in protective clothing walks through a temporary hospital with 2,000 beds for
coronavirus patients, set up by the Iranian army at the international exhibition center in Tehran, Iran, on March 26.
An employee of a coffee shop disinfects a customer who comes to the café in Yangon, Myanmar on March 26 because of concerns about the spread of the
A young girl attends a ballet class from home while practicing social distancing during the
Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak on March 25 in Brooklyn, New York, New York, United States.
An employee sprays disinfectant into a movie theater as it prepares to be reopened after a
coronavirus (COVID-19) closure in Shenyang, Chin, on March 25.
A hairdresser who, as a precaution against the spread of the new
coronavirus (COVID-19), is mirrored in a mirror and wears a face mask, hairdresses a customer’s hair on March 25 in Havana, Cuba.
A police officer checks motorists at a roadblock on the first day of a 21-day government-wide blockade as a preventive measure against the
coronavirus (COVID-19) on March 25 in New Delhi, India.
An aerial view of the empty Octavio Frias de Oliveira Bridge, a cable-stayed bridge, on the first day of a closure imposed by the state government for the outbreak of the
Coronavirus (COVID-19) on March 24 in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
A soldier inspects the beds for the treatment of possible COVID-19 infected patients on March 24 at the exhibition in Belgrade, Serbia.
People practice social distancing while sitting in chairs in a waiting area for takeaway food orders in a
Coronavirus (COVID-19) mall on March 24 in Bangkok, Thailand.
American Airlines passenger planes crowd on March 23 at Tulsa International Airport in Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States, on an airstrip where they are parked due to flight reductions to slow the spread of the
Chinese tourists wear protective masks when they visit the almost empty but recently reopened Badaling Great Wall in Beijing, China, on March 24th.
People with face masks lined up in front of a shop in Pugoda on the outskirts of the Sri Lankan capital of Colombo on March 24 when the authorities temporarily lifted a curfew to provide residents with essentials over the concerns about the spread of the
Coronavirus (COVID-19) can.
James Johnson, chief executive officer of the Australian Football Association (FFA), speaks to the media on March 24 during a press conference in Sydney, Australia. Johnson said the rest of the A-League football season was suspended due to the
Passengers travel on a subway after the city’s emergency warning level for COVID-19 was downgraded on March 23 in Shanghai, China.
People sit on social distance benches on March 22nd at a bus stop in Thailand.
A man plays the guitar and sings from his balcony to his neighbors two days after California Governor Gavin Newsom introduced a nationwide “Stay at Home Order” on March 21st in Oakland, California, USA.
Australian senators are practicing social distancing when they attend a reduced session in the Senate Chamber in the Parliament building in Canberra, Australia, on March 23.
United States President Donald Trump speaks on March 22 during a briefing for the COVID-19 Task Force at the White House in Washington, DC, the
On March 21, DJ and event producer Nash Petrovic broadcasts a set from his rooftop in Brooklyn, New York, USA.
Workers in protective suits walk on the streets during the national quarantine in Caracas, Venezuela, on March 21.
Journalists practice social distancing outside of a meeting to complete work on
coronavirus economic aid legislation on March 21 in Washington, DC.
A customer with a face mask is standing next to partially empty shelves of instant noodles in a supermarket after the outbreak of COVID-19 on March 21 in Taipei, Taiwan.
Health workers with face masks spray disinfectant on March 20 at the company’s office in Chennai, India.
A man wearing a face mask instructs the homeless to donate groceries the day after California governor Gavin Newsom introduced a nationwide “Stay at Home Order” that instructs the state’s nearly 40 million residents For the foreseeable future,
Coronavirus disease will spread to their homes in front of the Glide Memorial Methodist Church in San Francisco, California, on March 20.
City workers in protective suits disinfect a street in Manila, Philippines on March 19.
The statue of Christ the Redeemer will be illuminated on March 18 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in the colors of the countries affected by the outbreak of the corona virus.
A worker in a protective suit disinfects the hands of a customer at the entrance to a public market in Caracas, Venezuela on March 18.
In a supermarket in Antiguo Cuscatlán, El Salvador, a sign saying “Items per customer limited to 3” appears on March 18 when the government announced measures to alleviate the effects of the deadly virus.
As a precaution, a commuter wears a mask when he travels on the London Underground on March 18th in the tube.
A man is waiting for his flight when he wears a protective mask at the airport in Malaga, Spain on March 17.
Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks to G7 leaders during a self-isolation conference call as his wife Sophie Grégoire Trudeau tested positive for COVID-19 at his home in Rideau Cottage, Ottawa, Canada, on March 16.
Expatriates returning from Egypt, Syria and Lebanon will be retested on March 16 in a security and screening zone by the Department of
Health for COVID-19 in Kuwait City, Kuwait.
A worker in a protective suit sprays disinfectant near Al Abbas Shrine as a precaution against the
Coronavirus outbreak in the holy city of Karbala, Iraq on March 15.
A student demonstrates how to wash his hands on March 14 during a COVID-19 awareness campaign at a school in Chennai, India.
A girl leans out a window to applaud in Milan, Italy on March 14, as a sign of solidarity, in response to social media calls to gather on her balconies at certain times to either listen to music playing or applauding each other.
Firefighters disinfect a street in western Tehran, Iran on March 13.
The Eiffel Tower is next to a plaque that reads, “As part of COVID-19, the Eiffel Tower closes indefinitely from 9pm today” on March 13 in Paris, France.
Peru’s Alianza Lima and the Argentine Racing Club will play the game Copa Libertadores on March 12 at the Presidente Perón Stadium in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The game was played as part of a government measure to curb
coronavirus transmission in an empty stadium, closed to the public.
Venezuelan people wearing protective masks to prevent infection with the virus show their documents on March 12 at the border at the Simon Bolivar International Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia.
The masks of the cleaning staff are wiped after they have left the Life Care Center in Kirkland, Washington, USA on March 11th.
On March 11, employees of a disinfection service provider disinfect a subway depot during the outbreak of the
coronavirus in Seoul, South Korea.
Chinese President Xi Jinping learned more about the operation of the hospital, patient care, medical protection, and scientific research at Huoshenshan Hospital in Wuhan, China, on March 10.
Palestinian workers disinfect a public park in Gaza City, Gaza, on March 10.
Healthcare workers spray disinfectants on March 10 in front of the Temple of Literature in Hanoi, Vietnam.