‘You can’t understate how hard it is to juggle a family and working. There’s a lot of pressure.’
That’s Victoria Beckham being exceptionally candid, talking with The Sunday Times and Estée Lauder’s Sarah Creal about what it’s really like to be a woman in business.
It’s pretty refreshing to hear Victoria admitting that running her £36m fashion empire and being a mum of four is hard when she makes it look so effortless. It’s even more impressive to see the 42year-old opening up following the scandal of the last month. Brand Beckham took a hit following the ‘Beckileaks’ scandal, which saw emails between husband David and his then manager made public, where he raged about not being given a knighthood and called the Honours Committee ‘c**ts’.But Victoria has powered through. As Look reported previously, the designer took charge and brought the family closer – all while putting together a very well-received AW17 collection and a second make-up range for Estée Lauder. Oh, and she’s about to reveal her first mother and daughter diffusion line for Target, out 9 April. Busy, much?
‘I put the family first, David and the children are everything to me,’ she says. But of course, it comes with its fair share of stress and pressure.
‘Victoria’s exhausted,’ says a worried pal. ‘She’s been working nonstop. Sh