In news the should shock absolutely no one, Victoria Beckham as done yet another cover for Vogue magazine, this time showing off her incredible 43-year-old physique in a swimsuit shoot for the Dutch edition.
Beckham also reveals in the shoot’s accompany interview that she’s not as dour and miserable as her public persona makes her out to be and her and husband Dave are just your typical fun-loving couple.
“David and I have a lot of fun together,” the mother of four reveals.
“If I really was as miserable as I look in some of those paparazzi pictures, my children wouldn’t be as happy as they are. And I certainly wouldn’t be married anymore.”
The former Spice Girl-come-fashion-horse also revealed her exercise routine that, to her credit, keeps her in tip-top shape. “I go for a three mile run every morning and I work out for an hour with a PT,” she revealed, “which gives me just enough time to get to the kitchen to puree Romeo’s avocados.” (B&T believes that’s her son’s lunch and not some S&M position).
She added: “I’m not perfect, I don’t have to look like I’m 25. I’m 43, that sounds worse than it feels. I focus on what I’ve accomplished and I feel blessed.”
The latest shoot comes after comments in May last year where Beckham reportedly joked, “When I hear another Vogue cover has come up, I always say, ‘This is the last one, because I’m a bit of an old bag now. Surely this is the last one?”
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