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Victoria Beckham 'excited to plan Eva Longoria's wedding'

Published 30/12/2015

Eva Longoria and Victoria Beckham
Eva Longoria and Victoria Beckham

Victoria Beckham apparently can't wait to help organise her close friend Eva Longoria's nuptials.

Victoria Beckham is reportedly helping plan Eva Longoria's Mexican wedding with margaritas by the sea.

Earlier this month (Dec15) the Desperate Housewives star announced she was engaged to Mexican businessman Jose Antonio Baston, and the ceremony is apparently set to take place in 2016. Having previously taken care of husband David’s 40th birthday celebrations among other big events, Victoria’s party-planning skills have reportedly been called into action once more as Eva is keen for her to get involved with her big day.

“Victoria is so excited and has said she’ll help with the organising,” a source told Britain's Closer magazine. “Eva’s last wedding (to Tony Parker) was a week-long extravaganza in Paris, and very French, but she says she wants this one to be Mexican – by the sea with margaritas.

"She (Eva) loves her (Victoria's) style and thinks she can help to create an amazing day."

The former Spice Girl has become one of the hottest names in fashion since setting up her eponymous label in 2008 and her designs are often worn by fellow A-listers, including close friend Eva. The pair became close after Victoria and her soccer star husband David moved to LA in 2007 and have been almost inseparable ever since. As well as lending a hand with the festivities, Victoria is said to be fulfilling her dream of designing wedding dresses by creating Eva's bridal gown.

"(Victoria) is keen to expand the wedding dress side of the business, so it's a dream come true for her to land this gig,” a source told Britain's The Sun newspaper.

"She knew she was doing it before Jose even proposed."

The insider notes the collaboration will also be “perfect publicity” for Victoria’s future line as the photos will be seen worldwide, appealing to a huge audience.

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