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Thursday 26 November 2015

Victoria Beckham enjoys starry night out

Published 24/02/2012

Victoria Beckham
Victoria Beckham
Victoria Beckham
Victoria Beckham
Victoria Beckham
Victoria Beckham
Victoria Beckham
Victoria Beckham

Victoria Beckham has enjoyed a starry "girls night out" with A-List pals Eva Longoria and Kate Beckinsale.

The three famous friends attended the Eva Longoria Foundation party, hosted at the Desperate Housewives star's restaurant Beso.

Victoria clearly enjoyed the evening and kept her Twitter followers updated with pictures throughout the night.

"Night out with the girls! X VB," the fashion designer wrote on her profile alongside a picture of herself with Eva and Kate.

"Me and my girls @victoriabeckham and kate beckinsale tonight!" Eva added.

All three stars looked gorgeous in their glamorous outfits as they cosied up to each other.

Victoria also met Serena and Venus Williams and couldn't resist publishing a picture of herself and Eva posing with the tennis stars.

"Fun with @evalongoria and the Williams sisters x vb," she wrote.

Earlier in the day, the mother-of-four had tweeted a picture of herself applying make-up for her big night.

Victoria also revealed that she would be stepping out in her favourite design from her current collection, a figure-hugging blue and black frock with her trademark prominent zip stretching across the back.

The former Spice Girl teamed the sexy look with smokey eyes and a sleek, glossy ponytail.

"Getting ready for @Vanityfair @Evalongoria Foundation event, wearing favourite dress from AW12! Xvb," she wrote.

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