Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 2 September 2014

Victoria Beckham 'gives weight loss advice'

Victoria Beckham

Victoria Beckham has apparently been "enthusiastic" about giving David Beckham's sister slimming advice.

The fashion designer is known for her ultra petite physique and immaculate style.

Now it seems she has been giving her husband's sister, Joanne, some weight loss tips.

"[Joanne] was single and feeling uncomfortable about her weight, and confessed all of this to Victoria over drinks last Christmas," a source told British magazine Closer.

"Victoria was thrilled Jo turned to her, and has been enthusiastic about giving her advice."

With the former Spice Girl's help, Joanne has managed to go from a UK size 18-20 to a svelte 12-14.

David and Victoria even supplied Joanne with a personal trainer to help keep her weight loss going.

"David and Victoria wanted to treat her to a personal trainer and Jo now works out regularly to maintain her new figure," the insider added.

The women have bonded during the process and are now apparently "like sisters".

When Joanne visits Victoria and David in Los Angeles, they even work out together.

"Jo visits LA regularly and they go to the gym together," the source continued. "They share the same sense of humour and act like sisters."

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