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Cheryl Cole: Beckham's fashion range too old for Girls Aloud

Published 12/01/2009

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Cheryl Cole walks on the catwalk at the Fashion For Relief show, during London Fashion Week at the Natural History Museum in central London, Wednesday Sept. 17, 2008. Funds were raised by the show and a following auction for The White Ribbon Alliance charity to be used directly to promote and increase awareness of the need to make pregnancy and childbirth safe for women and newborns in developing and developed countries. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)

Victoria Beckham's fashion range is for "older women", and Girls Aloud would not wear it, according to band member Cheryl Cole.

Cole recently spoke of her disappointment that her Wag friend did not get in touch after allegations that Cole's husband Ashley had been unfaithful surfaced.

And in an interview with the Guardian's G2 published today, Cole was asked what she thought about Beckham's fashion line.

She described it as for "older women".

Her Girls Aloud bandmate Kimberley Walsh interjected, saying: "She means older than us! Not, you know..."

"Yeah, it's not like stuff we would wear," Cole continued.

Cole and Posh bonded during the 2006 World Cup.

But speaking to Vogue about her disappointment at Beckham not getting in touch after the infidelity allegations broke, Cole said previously: "I mean, David's mum is friends with Ashley's mum, she (Beckham) was in my hotel room the whole time during the World Cup - we've had barbecues together - so I was quite shocked by that."

In that interview, Cole also spoke up for Beckham, saying "it's not fair the way the press pick on her".

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