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Monday 31 August 2015

Victoria Beckham ‘shuns coats’

Published 06/04/2013

Victoria Beckham
Victoria Beckham

Victoria Beckham reportedly dislikes wearing coats as they cover up her "beautifully tailored clothes".

The fashion designer and her family have relocated to the UK from America, following the end of her husband David Beckham's contract with Los Angeles Galaxy.

The weather has been a major change for the family, as Britain has been experiencing icy temperatures recently. Despite that, Victoria has rarely been seen wrapping up in toasty sweaters or jackets.

"Victoria doesn't want to wear a big coat over her beautifully tailored clothes," an insider explained to Heat magazine.

David has been spotted in layers of clothing while out and about and the couple's daughter Harper is rarely without a coat.

Although she encourages her family to stay warm, Victoria is apparently more concerned with looking her best.

"When she was in LA she never had to think about a coat or - heaven forbid - tights," the source said.

Although she isn't overhauling her style, Victoria has switched up her training program since the move. It was recently claimed she is working hard to get more curves and is particularly keen to boost her butt.

"She often checks out her reflection from behind - she works out in front of a mirror in gym leggings and has a 180-degree mirror in her walk-in dressing room so she gets a full view. She's told her trainer she wants the perfect bum to feel sexy," a source said.

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