Victoria Beckham reportedly won't be advising David on what colors and design to pick for his new soccer jersey.
Despite her fashion credentials, Victoria will be leaving all the colour and design decisions to David, who announced plans for his new Miami team earlier this month.
Victoria's lack of input won't come as too much of a blow for former soccer star David though, as reports suggest Adidas are courting him for the job.
“[Victoria won't be deciding] even though she is one of the world’s leading designers,” a source revealed to New York Daily News' Confidenti@l column. “It has surprised many in Miami and among his investors that he would not ask his wife to design the uniforms. Not only would it be the most stylish kit ever, but it would help sales.
“Becks has been having talks with Adidas about them providing a kit deal. They are keen to work with him, as they have had such huge success over the past two decades.”
The insider revealed that even though 39-year-old Victoria will take a back seat in the design process, David will still ask his wife for her opinion.
Victoria wowed at New York Fashion Week with her Fall/Winter 14 collection, which featured pleated skirts and dresses as well as a more masculine set of clothes including slouchy trousers and oversized coats.
“Knowing David, he will show Victoria and ask for her input, but they will not be partners on this project.
“Victoria is focusing on expanding her fashion ranges in New York," the source added.
With a hectic fashion schedule, Victoria likes to keep up a healthy beauty regime to make sure her skin is in tip top condition.
Her dermatologist Dr Harold Lancer has praised the former Spice Girl for promoting healthy skin without the use of cosmetic surgery or Botox.
"Victoria Beckham is a natural beauty. She’s an incredible health nut – she watches her diet, her exercise, she sort of leads an ideal healthy life.
"She’s an example of how skincare products can be used to convince tissue to heal itself from the outside in and the inside out," he explained to Britain's Daily Mail newspaper.
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