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Saturday 27 December 2014

VB 'working on friendships'

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Victoria Beckham
Victoria Beckham's 40th Birthday at the Arts Club, London, Britain - 27 Apr 2014
Victoria Beckham

Victoria Beckham reportedly feels "isolated" in London.

The fashion designer and her husband David returned to the UK in 2013 after living in Los Angeles for several years while the sportsman played for soccer team LA Galaxy. While out there Victoria became close to American stars such as Eva Longoira and Katie Holmes, who she reportedly misses spending time with.

"Victoria feels isolated in London because she only has a few friends," a source told British magazine Closer. "She and her LA pals have become more distant and she hasn't spoken to Eva in weeks. She had the perfect circle in LA so she's planning more trips there to rebuild her friendships."

Victoria and David have sons Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz and daughter Harper together. Last month the brunette beauty celebrated her 40th birthday with a family trip to the US followed by a party in London. Her former Spice Girls bandmates Mel C and Emma Bunton attended the bash and the trio posted lots of pictures together online.

"The photos are just her messing around. She feels the Spice Girls chapter is closed, so now she can have fun with the memories," the insider added.

Mel had a great time celebrating her pal's birthday. While there have been rumours of the girl band - also including Mel B and Geri Halliwell - reuniting, the 40-year-old star confirmed that isn't the case.

"I had a blast at Victoria's 40th. We all did. It's funny with Victoria, because one of the biggest misconceptions is that she's moody or quiet, but she's so much fun and a party animal! I was the best dancer on the night, though," Mel grinned to Closer.

"There's not going to be a Spice Girls reunion and no Las Vegas residency. If there is, I haven't been told about it! It'd be fantastic for us to get back together, but nothing's been discussed."

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