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Victoria Beckham says the desire to be thin is “old-fashioned”

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Known for her restraint, she prefers steamed vegetables, even when eating out.

So it may come as a surprise that Victoria Beckham stated that losing weight is no longer worth it.

The 48-year-old Spice Girl model, who became a fashion designer, said: “It’s an old-fashioned attitude, a desire to be really skinny.”

“I think women today want to look healthy and gorgeous. They want to have tits and a bomb. “

What is less surprising is that Mrs. Beckham had a new line of clothing that could be plugged in, which could have caused a change in her attitude.

Referring to her range of corrective clothing, she added: “The more gorgeous you are, the better my VB Body dresses look.”

The mother of four said she was inspired by the women she sees in Miami, where she and her husband David have a penthouse worth £ 20 million.

Camera iconAlthough previously faced with questions about the choice of models – and critics believe that some of them were “painfully skinny” – Spice Girl, who became a designer, says that the desire to be very thin is out of fashion . Credit: MJ Kim/Getty Images

She told Grazia magazine: “There are a lot of really gorgeous women [who] take a walk on Miami beach without lots of clothes and they look fantastic.

“I found both their attitude and style really free.

“As a mother, I liked it [daughter] Harper was next to the women who were celebrating their uniforms. ”

She added that men – including her 47-year-old husband – “like to see a little form.”

Ms. Beckham had previously faced questions about choosing models for fashion shows, and Pierce Morgan among critics suggested that some of them were “painfully skinny.”

In February, Beckham described his wife’s disciplined diet, saying she “rarely” deviates from her 25-year-old diet of grilled fish and steamed vegetables.

Grazia’s Luxe Issue on sale today.

https://www.perthnow.com.au/news/health/victoria-beckham-says-wanting-to-be-thin-is-old-fashioned-c-6825237

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