Biography of Victoria BeckhamVictoria Beckham (Victoria Caroline Beckham) is a British singer and fashion designer. She was a member of the pop group "Spice Girls" in the '90s and is now a successful businesswoman. She is the wife of footballer David Beckham, a two-time FIFA "Player of the Year" recipient.
ChildhoodVictoria Beckham (Victoria Caroline Adams before marriage) was born into a family of an electrical engineer, whose income was sufficient to support his wife and three children comfortably.
Music CareerIn 1994, Victoria accidentally saw an audition notice in "The Stage" newspaper for a female pop group. She easily passed the auditions and joined a group initially called "Touch", later renamed to "Spice Girls". The group also included Melanie Brown, Emma Bunton, Melanie Chisholm, and Geri Halliwell.
In 1996, the four girls found producers and released their first single "Wannabe", followed by their debut album "Spice". The group immediately became popular, and the album sold 20 million copies worldwide, leading to the "Spice-mania" that swept the world until 1998.
Life After the Spice GirlsIn 2000, Victoria Beckham released her solo single "Out of Your Mind" in collaboration with Dane Bowers. The following year, she introduced her solo album "Victoria Beckham."
Two years later, Victoria Beckham wrote a book titled "That Extra Half an Inch: Hair, Heels and Everything in Between," discussing how to maximize one's natural attributes. The book became a bestseller and was hailed as a "new fashion bible."
Victoria Beckham's Personal LifeIn 1999, the young woman met her future husband, footballer David Beckham. Her friend took her to a Manchester United match, where she met David after the game, and they've been inseparable ever since. Their firstborn son, Brooklyn Joseph, was born four months before their wedding.
Victoria Beckham NowDuring the pandemic, Victoria and David Beckham contracted COVID-19. This occurred in early March 2020, but the couple carefully concealed their illness. Furthermore, the star couple admitted that during this period, they travelled extensively and interacted with people, so the risk that they may have infected their friends was relatively high.
In 2023, the Beckhams appeared in the documentary "Beckham," dedicated to the success story of the legendary footballer. A funny incident occurred during the filming, which went viral on social media and became a meme. Victoria told reporters that both her husband and she come from the working class. As she was saying this, David peeked into the room where the interview was taking place and made his wife admit that her father drove a Rolls Royce when she was little.