Victoria Beckham shares sweet snap of her daughter Harper enjoying a nap after the pair indulge in ‘mummy and me’ massages
She often shares snaps of herself enjoying quality time with her youngest offspring, daughter Harper, nine.
And Victoria Beckham, 46, showed that she’d enjoyed the ultimate indulgence with her sole daughter on Thursday, when the pair went for ‘mummy and me’ massages.
The singer-turned-designer took to Instagram to share a snap of Harper napping while wrapped in a white fluffy towel following her treatment.
Nap: Victoria Beckham shared a snap of her daughter Harper napping on Thursday, after the duo enjoyed ‘mummy and me’ massages
Captioning the image, which garnered almost 250,000 likes in just four hours, the star wrote: ‘Mummy and me massage with my baby girl, kisses #HarperSeven x.’
Mother-of-four Victoria’s post comes after she revealed she was bullied at school for being ‘awkward’ and didn’t have many friends.
The star said she was an outcast and struggled with her confidence in her younger years, with her experiences prompting her to teach Harper to talk to the quiet children at school.
Troubled: The star’s post comes after she revealed she was bullied at school for being ‘awkward’ and didn’t have many friends
The fashion designer wrote in Vogue Australia: ‘When I was at school, I was quite an awkward teenager; I didn’t have a huge amount of friends, and looking back I recognise that I was bullied at times.
‘I would never want anyone else to feel how I was made to feel. So when Harper started school, I said to her: “If you’re ever in the playground and there’s a little girl who is sitting on her own, ask her to play with you, go up and engage with her, because Mummy used to be that little girl.”
‘I want everyone to know that no one is on their own when Harper is around.’
Throwback: Posh Spice, 46, said she was an outcast and struggled with her confidence in her younger years
Words of wisdom: Her experiences made her teach her youngest child Harper, nine, to talk to the quiet children at school
The singer, then Victoria Adams, attended St. Mary’s High School in Cheshunt, Hertfordshire.
It comes after reports that Victoria is reportedly making moves to launch a health and lifestyle brand in the US, which is set to rival Gwyneth Paltrow’s $250 million Goop empire.
The former Spice Girl has been given the green light to sell ‘beauty and well-being products’ across the pond, according to The Sun – and has trademarked ‘Victoria Beckham’ and ‘VB’ for legal protection.
A source told the publication: ‘The Beckhams are huge in the States. Victoria’s products are likely to be lapped up and provide her with a lucrative leap into the international market.’
Changes: The singer, then Victoria Adams, attended St. Mary’s High School in Cheshunt, Hertfordshire
Big business: The designer is reportedly making moves to launch a health and lifestyle brand in the US, which is set to rival Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop empire
MailOnline has contacted representatives for Victoria Beckham for comment.
Victoria already boasts a host of beauty products to her name, after launching an eponymous brand to complement her fashion label.
Oscar-winning actress Gwyneth, 47, made waves when she launched her Goop brand back in 2008 while living in London with her then-husband Chris Martin.
Sharing her insights on health and wellness, the star has also promoted and sold a number of eyebrow-raising products, including her most recent candle, This Smells Like My Orgasm, which followed on from This Smells Like My Vagina.
Waves: Oscar-winning actress Gwyneth, 47, made waves when she launched her Goop brand back in 2008 while living in London with her then-husband Chris Martin. Pictured in January
Victoria’s latest venture could prove to be a shot in the arm for her business finances, after it was recently claimed by The Sun that she had been loaned a £6.4 million lifeline to save her ailing fashion empire.
The Spice Girl turned fashion designer’s company has allegedly racked up £42 million worth of losses over the past four years.
Mother-of-four Victoria will reportedly be able to keep control of her flagship Victoria Beckham Ltd, after being ‘backed by a private investment agreement’.
The Sun reported that London Investments Sarl will have its cash converted into shares if they are not repaid.
The Luxembourg-based company is said to have put £30 million into the fashion empire in 2017 for a 28 per cent share.
Reports: It was recently reported that Victoria had been loaned a £6.4 million lifeline to save her ailing fashion empire. Pictured with husband David Beckham
Ouch: The Spice Girl turned fashion designer’s company has allegedly racked up £42 million worth of losses over the past four years (flagship store pictured in London)
The newspaper also claimed that Victoria and her husband David control ‘48.4 per cent of shares’ and pal Simon Fuller has 23.6 per cent.
MailOnline contacted both Victoria and David Beckham’s representatives for comment at the time.
In November 2019, it was reported that Victoria’s fashion business plunged almost £36 million into the red after making losses of £12.5 million in 2018.
Her company Victoria Beckham Holdings Limited filed accounts for 2018 which showed she had failed to turn round the troubled fashion empire. It has now made losses for every year since 2013.
The news came as profits from her husband David’s company DB Ventures halved over the span of a year, from £23.2 million in 2017 to £11.5 million in 2018.
‘Control’: Victoria, 46, will reportedly be able to keep control of her ‘flagship Victoria Beckham Ltd’ after being ‘backed by a private investment agreement’ (pictured in February)
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