Victoria Beckham reveals the Spice Girls influenced Beyonce to become the iconic artist she is today.
Posh Spice, 47, revealed the Girl Power message echoing Beyoncé, 39, who told her about the impact they would have.
Victoria revealed: ‘I met Beyoncé a few years ago and she really said to me, “The Spice Girls have inspired me and made me want to do what I do and make me proud to be. Be a woman and be proud to be who I am ”.
Iconic: Victoria Beckham (pictured left, 1997) reveals that the Spice Girls influenced Beyonce to become the iconic artist she is today.
She added on Dear Media’s Breaking Beauty podcast: ‘And when someone like Beyoncé, this iconic and strong woman, says she’s inspired by the Spice Girls, I think that’s quite the thing. good’
Spice girl Made famous in 1996, they parted in 2000 after Geri (Ginger Spice) decided to quit in 1998 but reunited over the years. Although Victoria decided not to attend the last Spice World tour in 2019.
Elsewhere on the podcast, Victoria insisted that she didn’t cringe on her past makeup during the Spice Girls because it was ‘traveling’ and that she was ‘not interested’ at the time.
Speaking about her time in a girl group, the fashion designer also joked that her four children often commented on how cool she was, which she once said, ‘Oh wow’. Does that mean I’m not there yet? ‘
Girl Power: The Spice Girls made their mark in 1996.They parted in 2000 after Geri (Ginger Spice) decided to quit in 1998, but reunited over the years (pictured in 1996). )
‘Journey’: Victoria also insisted that she didn’t cringe on her past makeup during the Spice Girls (left) as it was all ‘traveling’ and that she was ‘not interested’ at the time.
A talk on Dear Media’s Breaking Beauty podcast with Victoria Beckham Beauty co-founder Sarah Creal, Victoria echoed: ‘YYou know, I am very fortunate to be able to work with the best makeup artist in the industry, which is amazing.
‘And I look back at the pictures and people always say “Oh, do you flatter any image?” You know. Am I flattering that heavy lip liner? No, it’s a trip
‘Am I frowned upon? No, it’s too much traveling and blushing, you know, we work a lot and we’re so tired.
‘There comes a time when we are abroad every few days. And the more tired we are, the more blushers we wear. ‘
Victoria joked that they had even been terminated by a makeup artist at the time because they would take the stage with ‘All palettes’ are on the face.
She continued: ‘Our makeup artist once said: “Now, I’m going to be a blusher cop.” You know, because we’re going to go on stage. To be honest, it looks like someone has thrown all the palettes at us.
‘Because the more tired you are, the more alert you will feel if you have more and more blush and lip gloss if you want to. So I don’t look at anything and cringe. Well, I look at all of us and it makes me smile because, you know, we didn’t care.
‘We wear things that make us feel good. And we’re not worried this is the latest, the coolest, and we’re setting trends out of fear.
‘You know what I know right now when I have a nervous breakdown or dare to go on stage in a PVC suit. Absolutely not. But at that time it was okay. And that’s great. ‘
When it comes to Dear Media’s Breaking Beauty podcast, Victoria echoed: ‘People always say “Oh, do you flatter any image?” Am I flattering that heavy lip liner? not! ‘
Victoria revealed that her four children she shared with husband David Beckham – Brooklyn, 22, Romeo, 18, Cruz, 16, and nine-year-old Harper often commented on her. ‘How cool is that while looking at old photos from the Spice Girls.
The Star quipped: ‘It seemed a long time ago. God, my kids said to me they were looking at old paparazzi pictures and they were like: “Mom, you’re awesome.”
To which Victoria jokes: ‘Oh wow, does that mean I’m not there yet?’
The star added that the Spice Girls were always ‘accepting who you are’ and that it was ‘okay to be different’, an inspirational message to Beyoncé.
Family: Victoria shares Brooklyn, 22, Romeo 18, Cruise 16, and Harper, nine, with her husband David. (In the picture together)
Victoria recalls: ‘Don’t try to change who we are. Let’s celebrate who we are. Let’s celebrate the fact that we are different, which is why the reunion is so important to us, you know, I mean when we talk about the Spice Girls.
‘I’m not talking about this anymore. But what I remember when you talked to me about it and how we inspire so many young women. ‘
Victoria revealed a lesson she might want to pass on to her four children, and said the important ones shouldn’t. ‘Too bothered’
She said of her life: ‘I think it’s a journey and I have never looked back at the old pictures and any kind of cringe. I look back at those pictures and I think you know what? What’s good about when you were still? Your kid shouldn’t care too much.
‘You should have fun experimenting and figure out what works and what doesn’t. Try different trends, accept who you are, and accept who you are.
‘And be kind to the other women out there because everyone feels insecure and doesn’t fight it.’
Victoria added that she often encouraged daughter Harper to be ‘The kindest woman in the room’ like she was bullied as a kid
The Star continues: ‘I always say that you are the kindest woman in the room. It doesn’t matter who is the smartest in school? It doesn’t matter. Who is the most beautiful?
Life lesson: Victoria adds that she often encourages daughter Harper to be. ‘The kindest woman in the room’ like she was bullied as a child (pictured with her family).
‘The kindest person – was that girl. But if there is someone in the playground who is alone Be kind to her, because guess what? Mom was that little girl, I was bullied at school and I was happy.
‘So always be a girl who is encouraging for any reason. Um, happy, enjoy the beauty And I think the good thing now is that I feel like we are kind to each other. ‘
Victoria was also asked what her favorite Mother’s Day gift was, and she admitted that she still carries the little house Brooklyn once gave her.
She insisted: ‘I keep everything the kids have given me and they are of great value. And I, really, I really mean it. ‘
Victoria also said that although the coronavirus outbreak was ‘difficult’, it was ‘wonderful’ to spend time with her family.
Family: Victoria also said that while the coronavirus outbreak was ‘difficult’, spending ‘wonderful’ time with her family (pictured with David in May 2020).
The star, though, joked that she once ‘lost it’ due to Beckham’s busy schedule and Zoom meetings.
Victoria said: ‘I think last year I was at home, um, you know, look, it’s tough for many. But I think it’s really a great time spent with my family.
‘You know, myself and David we all spend a lot of time traveling and working and the fact that we really can’t do much.
‘I mean, even though the work is far away, it can be fun.’ ‘It was a challenge. It is good I mean, there was a period when we were in Miami and I was working remotely.
‘We have Paris in the zoom. We have New York in the zoom. We have London in the zoom. We had Miami in the zoom and then there was Harper in one of the rooms doing her lessons.
‘There was Cruz doing his mock GCSE in another room and I lost it because so much happened. I mean you know But just kidding, it’s really nice to spend quality time with your family.
‘I think it would give a lot of us a real view of our work-life balance. It lets us know that we can work remotely so that we can spend more time at home. That doesn’t mean we have to compromise as professionals. ‘
Victoria admits that she can be found. The ‘soul-destroying’ of Zoom sessions is several times, and she loves to relax with her daily dance or remote Tracy Anderson sessions, which she’s been doing since her pregnancy with Harper in 2011.
Listen to Victoria’s full interview on the Breaking Beauty Podcast, available on Apple.
Hilarious: Though the star joked that she once ‘lost it’ due to Beckham’s busy schedule and Zoom meetings.