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Victoria Beckham Says Why She Took Off Her Husband’s Initials From Her Body!


Victoria Beckham just put an end to the rumors that she had a tattoo taken off recently.

Recent photos of her showed that the tattoo of her husband David Beckham’s initials looked very faded. This led to rumors about the designer’s over-20-year-long marriage, but on Thursday, the former Spice Girl set the record straight on Today with Hoda & Jenna.
Beckham, who is 48 years old, is getting rid of more than just her initials on the inside of her wrists.

She told Hoda Kotb, “They just didn’t look that good.” “There’s nothing more to it than that.”
She also: “I think the news began to wonder if I was leaving my husband. No, I just got tired of looking at the tattoo. That’s all there is to it.”

The mother of four also said that she is not against tattoos and praised the “gorgeous” ones on her husband and children. But some of her own tattoos, which she got “a long, long time ago,” started to bleed and turn “kind of bluey,” so she needed to “cleanse” them.

The Today show host also asked Beckham about her oldest son Brooklyn’s six-month-old marriage to Nicola Peltz Beckham and what “lessons” she taught him about marriage.

She said, “I don’t think you can really give advice.” “You know, the kids have to figure it out on their own, but you have to be there. We’re almost there.”

They also talked about Beckham’s fashion and beauty brand, which just showed its spring/summer 2023 collection at Paris Fashion Week.

The star said, “In my career, I just had a very, very big moment for my brand.” “After COVID, I was so happy to finally be able to show my collections again at my first big show in Paris.

She also said, “In the middle of the pandemic, I said, ‘If I’m lucky enough to do another show, I’m going to really, really enjoy it.'”

Hoda praised the designer for being so vulnerable at the show when she broke down crying because she was “overwhelmed with emotion.”

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