Victoria Beckham has gotten a little candid about being a little less top heavy.
"I don't have them anymore," the pop star-turned-designer told Allure magazine's March 2014 issue, referencing her smaller chest. "I think I may have purchased them."
Posh's confession about her former "girls" wasn't the only thing she discussed openly with the magazine. Victoria also addressed how her drive helped pave the way for her success.
"I was never a natural," she told Allure. "I got there in the end because I did believe that if you work hard enough, then you can achieve a lot."
She also said her time with the other Spice Girls helped make her stronger.
"I think what gave me confidence in myself was meeting the other girls. We always said we were all like rejects in our own way. We had to work hard, and they helped me accept me for who I was," Victoria said in the new interview.
Victoria has become a successful fashion designer, with celebrities like Amy Adams wearing her clothes on red carpets (Amy wore a black Victoria Beckham gown to the BAFTAs on Sunday, and a royal blue dress to the BAFTA after party). As she goes from strength to strength, she said husband David Beckham is cheering her on.
"[David] is the most wonderful man I have ever met," she said. "He's a fantastic father. He's incredibly talented, a wonderful husband. I supported him for many years, and he's proud of me. He supports me. We're very equal at home."
-- Jolie Lash
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