Victoria Beckham, the former Spice Girl and wife to soccer super star David Beckham, confirmed this week that she had her breast implants removed. Gone too is her 34DD cleavage.
The 39-year-old English-born singer and model discussed the procedure in a recent interview with Allure Magazine
to be featured in the March issue.
"I don't have them anymore," Beckham said. "I think I may have purchased them. . . Or they got removed, one or the other."
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The admission was the first time the former Spice Girl had spoken candidly about her cleavage which had been speculated over for years in British and U.S. tabloids, the New York Daily News noted
In a 2003 interview with Piers Morgan for the BBC’s Tabloid Tales, Beckham claimed, "I'm completely natural. Except for my fingernails and I have a bit of help with my hair and a bit of a St. Tropez (fake tan) going on," the Daily Mail reported
Citing Beckham's biographer Andrew Morton, the Daily Mail reported that the former British pop singer had two breast enlargement procedures, the first occurring in 1999 following the birth of her first son, increasing her bust size to 34D, and then a second two years later increasing her bust to 34DD.
According to Morton the first of the two procedures cost Beckham 10,000 pounds. The cost of the second procedure was not reported.
Now the mother of four boys, and having an estimated net worth of $54 million according to Forbes, Beckham wouldn't tell Allure what caused her to have her implants removed, however when asked by the interviewer if they were causing her pain, she said, "no."
Aside from her cleavage, Beckham also discussed her marriage to soccer great husband, who last May announced his retirement from the game that made him famous
"[David] is the most wonderful man I have ever met," Beckham told Allure. "He's a fantastic father. He's incredibly talented, a wonderful husband. I supported him for many years, and he's proud of me. He supports me. We're very equal at home."
In January, Beckham also made headlines after telling Spain’s Vanity Fair that she would never sing with the Spice Girls
again following a reunion performance at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.
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"I won’t ever do it again," she told the magazine. "Doing the Olympics was an incredible honor. I was so proud to do it, proud to be British. That was a perfect time to say, 'That’s great. Thank you to everybody, but no more.' Sometimes you’ve got to know when it’s time to leave the party."
The Spice Girls, which were world famous throughout the 1990s, were comprised of Beckham, Emma Bunton, Geri Halliwell, Melanie Brown, and Melanie Chisolm. The group split up in 2000, but their 2008 reunion tour grossed in excess of $70 million.
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