Correct record. Victoria Beckham recently sparked divorce speculation when she removed her husband’s tattoo David Beckhamher initials from her wrist.
On Thursday, October 13, the former Spice Girl, 48, explained on Today with Hoda and Jena the “simple” reason she lasered off the ink. “You know I had these tattoos a long, long time ago and they just weren’t particularly delicate,” she explained. “Mine were just a little thick and bleeding and just didn’t look that pretty.”
The fashion designer admitted that the removal had caused fans to question her relationship status with the football icon, 47, who she has been married to since 1999. As she explained to the host Hoda Kotbhowever, “I was just a little sick of the tattoo, it’s that simple.”
Her eldest son, Brooklynhe married an actress Nicola Peltz in April and Kotb, 58, asked the former pop star to share his words of wisdom. “It’s about being a close family. And always having open lines of communication and just being there.” She added: “You can never offer advice, you know, kids have to figure it out for themselves.”
Victoria Beckham’s designer also opened her show at Paris Fashion Week and shared with her how happy it made her. “My first big performance in Paris was such a triumph. I mean, it really was and I said to myself, in the middle of a pandemic,’ she said. “I’m lucky enough to do another show that I’m going to really, really enjoy.”
She added: “My ultimate dream was to build a luxury fashion and beauty house of the future and I’m really, really on this journey and loving it.”
Not only does the mom of four – with David she shares Brooklyn, 23, Romeo, 20, Cruz, 17, and Harper, 11 – have a passion for fashion, but she also loves all things beauty, which is why she started makeup line, Victoria Beckham Beauty. “I’m obsessed with makeup,” she said. “I’m just creating what I could never find in my makeup bag.”
Her focus for the beauty brand, she explained, is on “sustainability, inclusivity and clean formulas.”
The company is committed to using “ecologically responsible ingredients” replaces plastic when possible for brass packaging, uses recycled or recycled materials for shipping boxes, and also has an innovative recycling program where its brand helps collect “difficult-to-recycle beauty products and diverts them from landfills to find the best and best use for all material.”
She specifically mentioned her Kajal eyeliners, which come in three gorgeous shades: Night Flash, Gold Lamé, and Sequin Green and retail for $30.