Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 22 July 2014

No boys' clothes for Beckham girl

Victoria Beckham has everything ready for the arrival of her baby daughter

Victoria Beckham has said her soon-to-be-born daughter will be a girl's girl.

Despite the prospect of growing up with three older brothers, the former Spice Girl, who is due to give birth imminently, said the new Ms Beckham will wear girly clothes, having revealed that she has already fully stocked her wardrobe.

"I love the French clothes for little girls. I like little girls to look like little girls," the 37-year-old told Women's Wear Daily.

Her footballer husband David has also enjoyed the change of colours, telling the Daily Mirror: "It's a whole new different thing for us. To have so much pink in the house, lilac in the house, and dresses. All the clothes are ready, the room's ready. We're really excited."

The singer turned fashion designer intends to balance motherhood with her career.

"As any working mum out there knows, it really is like juggling glass balls when you've got the kids and a husband to look after, and you're passionate about your career," she continued.

"But I wouldn't have it any other way. I'm blessed."

While she may be looking forward to showing off her daughter's style, there is one thing Victoria won't be displaying anytime soon: her baby bump.

"I'm not really one of those people that likes to go out and pose and flaunt being pregnant. Not like there's anything wrong in that. I'm so proud to be pregnant and I feel so blessed and so happy, I really do," she said.

"But I'm just not that kind of person. So, no, I won't be taking my clothes off. I don't think anyone needs to see that, other than my husband. Absolutely not."

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