Victoria Beckham wrote an essay for British Vogue where she opened up to her younger self on topics such as regrets, love, and motherhood.
“You will always be addicted to Elnett hairspray but you will tone it down. Less of the ‘Hello! I just got stuck in a wind tunnel,’ please. And I should probably say, don’t mess with your boobs. All those years I denied it — stupid. A sign of insecurity. Just celebrate what you’ve got.”
On motherhood she shared with herself that:
“Once you are a parent, you worry. And you are going to have four, so that’s a lot of worry! Mum likes to say, ‘You might be 42, but I still worry about you.’ Children mean that you will be constantly tired and will develop big bags under your eyes. Your children will always come first, but never forget who you are and what you want to achieve.”