SUC­CESS­FUL

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Since the Spice Girls split in 2000, Vic­to­ria has suc­ceeded as a solo singer, launch­ing her own fashion la­bel and make-up col­lec­tion and en­dors­ing a num­ber of prod­ucts. In 2016, she was named En­tre­pre­neur of the Year by re­spected Man­age­ment To­day mag­a­zine. Her var­i­ous busi­ness ven­tures, com­bined with her retired foot­baller hus­band’s for­tunes, and the success of their hold­ing com­pany Beck­ham Brand Hold­ings, have meant that the pair could be richer than the Queen in two years! The Sun­day Times Rich List 2016 re­ported that their com­bined for­tune rose by £40mil­lion in 2015-2016 to £280m. (The Queen’s wealth is around £340m, and rose by £10m in two years so if their fi­nan­cial success con­tin­ues, they will over­take Her Majesty). It’s not just Vic­to­ria’s fashion em­pire, and David’s for­mer foot­ball ca­reer and sub­se­quent en­dorse­ments that are to be cel­e­brated, as the power cou­ple have raised four chil­dren – who are be­com­ing suc­cesses in their own right. El­dest son Brook­lyn, 17, pho­tographed Burberry’s lat­est so­cial me­dia cam­paign; mod­elled for fashion la­bel Pull & Bear; is the brand am­bas­sador for the new Honor 8 smart­phone; and was the face of Pol­ish brand Re­served at 15, while model brother Romeo be­came the face of Burberry in 2015. Youngest Beck­ham boy Cruz, 11, is show­ing prom­ise as an en­ter­tainer. In April, VB shared a video of him singing Twista and Faith Evans’ song Hope and in Au­gust, proud dad David shared a video of him hip-hop danc­ing.

Vic­to­ria posted a pic­ture of her suc­cess­ful fam­ily on In­sta­gram.

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