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Saturday 28 November 2015

Victoria Beckham: David should be Bond

Published 25/06/2013

Victoria Beckham and David Beckham
Victoria Beckham and David Beckham

Victoria Beckham wants her sports star husband to follow in the footsteps of Daniel Craig.

The soccer star announced his retirement from the sport earlier this year and since then, rumours have been rife he would make a transition to the big screen.

His fashion designer wife certainly thinks he would make a dapper 007 should current James Bond, Daniel Craig, decide to retire.

“Don't you think he'd be good at acting?" Victoria smiled during a joint interview according to British newspaper The Sun.

"I think you'd be great. I think he should be James Bond! He'd be a good James Bond!”

David became good friends with Hollywood star Tom Cruise while spending time in Los Angeles.

While he has a direct link to the acting world, he's not quite so convinced it's the right career path for him.

“I have some friends who are actors – Tom Cruise is a very good friend of ours," he explained.

“But I don't think I have any plans to become an actor. I'm not sure I'd be very good at it.”

Victoria has built a successful fashion empire, with her designs quickly becoming a celebrity favourite.

While she loves her work, her husband and kids Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz and Harper will always come first.

“David and the children will always be my priority. Everything that I do revolves around David and the children," she gushed.

“As any working mom knows, it's a huge juggling act. But absolutely, they inspire me every day – every single day David and the children inspire me.

“I'm very lucky, I'm very blessed and I'm a very lucky lady.”

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