“Thinness is no longer in fashion, long live the curvy”

“Wishing you were slim is an old fashioned attitude,” Victoria said in Grazia magazine. Women today, she explains, “want to look healthy and curvy. They want to have breasts and bottoms. I see a lot of them in Miami walking along the beach, with few clothes on, fantastic.” A nice turnaround for the former Posh Spice, who has always promoted a diametrically opposite model of beauty.

“They show bodies with confidence – both their attitude and their style are truly liberating,” continues Beckham, confirming that charm is more about attitude than weight. A positive model also for her daughter of her Harper Seven who, in full pre-adolescence, may find herself following models of women who “celebrate their curves and are happy with how they look”.

“It’s not about being a certain size. It’s about knowing who you are and feeling good about yourself. Personally, as I grew up I reached my balance between wanting to have fun and being disciplined, both in training and in healthy eating.” Victoria said. A nice turnaround for her who, according to her husband

David Beckham

has been eating only grilled fish and steamed vegetables for 25 years.

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