A look back at Vic­to­ria Beck­ham’s Septem­ber 2013 cover shoot gives an in­sight into the for­mer pop star, de­signer and mother’s con­stant nor­malcy.

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Alot has changed since Vic­to­ria Beck­ham first cov­ered Vogue Aus­tralia. Her daugh­ter, Harper, is no longer a tod­dler and in­stead a walk­ing, talk­ing seven-year-old; her hus­band, David, had only just re­tired from the pitch; and her busi­ness, which was then in its first five years, re­cently cel­e­brated a decade in the in­dus­try dur­ing Lon­don fash­ion week. But de­spite the im­pres­sive growth of both her busi­ness and fam­ily life, Beck­ham re­mains re­mark­ably hum­ble – some­thing that shone through in her Vogue in­ter­view with writer Lisa Arm­strong. Speak­ing of her night-time rou­tine, Beck­ham was frank, shar­ing: “Once the chil­dren are in bed I’d rather work or shove on a face pack and pluck my eye­brows.” Words, as Arm­strong pointed out at the time, that were se­ri­ously nor­mal for some­one as fa­mous as she.

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