'Girls should be kind to girls'
Victoria Beckham wears a hell of a lot of hats, making us all feel like under achievers in comparison on the regular.
The former Spice Girl is a fashion designer and businesswoman, with a buzzing YouTube channel, multiple sellout skincare lines and a lot of charity work under her belt.
Oh and let’s not forget that her main priority is being a hands-on mother of four to her children, Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz and Harper.
Just look at the front row of her SS20 fashion show at LFW this weekend, with all four of her children and husband David Beckham showing their support.
It was Harper Beckham that made the most news however, with VB’s eight-year-old daughter posing with the models backstage.
But it wasn’t Harper’s VB-worthy poses that got the world talking about her this week, but instead Victoria’s comments about how she is bringing up her daughter, emphasising an importance on being kind to other girls.
Victoria Beckham has been very open about being bullied during childhood, and in a recent interview with Glamour, she explained how it has affected how she raises her daughter.
‘The fact I can talk to Harper about that and how girls should be kind to girls.. really I use my own experiences and share that,’ she explained.
Then going on to talk about setting an example for her children in terms of body image, she continued: ‘When you have children, it also puts a lot into perspective. You realise they notice everything. I would never sit down with my kids and skip a meal – they need to see that their mum eats healthily – you need to show little people how to be healthy and happy with who they are.’
Like we needed a reason to love Victoria Beckham more.