Victoria Beckham on her boobs: "I don't have them anymore"
She's one of fashion's biggest icons these days, but Victoria Beckham is a happy mom and wife, too. See her cover photo for Allure.
Victoria Beckham seems to have it all: a hot husband, a beautiful family and a fledgling business. However, there is one thing she's missing: her breasts. In the March issue of Allure, the cover girl talks all about her life and where her larger boobs went.
In the profile she told the magazine, "I don't have them anymore. I think I may have purchased them."
With the girls gone, Victoria is able to focus on her family life and what her husband has delivered to her on a personal level.
She shared, "[David Beckham] is the most wonderful man I have ever met. He's a fantastic father. He's incredibly talented, a wonderful husband. I supported him for many years, and he's proud of me. He supports me. We're very equal at home."
The family has traveled all over the world to support his soccer career, but if the mom of four has one favorite location from their country-hopping lifestyle, it's Los Angeles.
"Living in America for six years was the happiest I think I've ever been. Yeah, it was much more accepting for a woman to have a career, as well as a man. And I loved it," said the 39-year-old fashionista.
Now that they are back living in the U.K., Victoria is concentrating on her fashion line, which she has taken to the next level. In fact, it's all her own investment in the business at this point.
She explained, "As soon as I was in a position to capitalize on some deals and bring everything in-house and own everything myself — as soon as financially I was in a position to do that — I did it. I could self-fund my business and really do what I wanted to do"
Of course, she certainly doesn't forget her days as Posh Spice in one of the most successful girl groups in music history. It really was all about girl power with the five gals.
"I think what gave me confidence in myself was meeting the other girls. We always said we were all like rejects in our own way. We had to work hard, and they helped me accept me for who I was," Victoria said.
Her advice to other women who want a successful career and a healthy family life though is simple. "I was never a natural. I got there in the end because I did believe that if you work hard enough, then you can achieve a lot."
The March issue of Allure is on sale Feb. 25.