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On keeping a low profile in public: A lot of people probably don’t even notice me – I’ll dash around Marks & Spencer in my flat shoes, head down, with a shopping basket … Occasionally, at the checkout, a cashier will say: ‘You look just like Victoria Beckham’
On keeping family her priority: The three boys love football like their dad; they love all sport, not just football. And they’re into so many other things. They love art; they’re very creative, very arty. Brooklyn loves photography; he’s got a really great eye. I like doing those kinds of things. That’s how our entire weekends are taken up, really. Sometimes when I’m screaming at them to do their homework or clean their teeth, I say ‘Mummy was a pop star once. Mummy was somewhat cool!
On keeping her brand independent in the fashion industry: I’m enjoying it. There’s no-one beating me over the head telling me I have to do things I don’t want to do. I’d like to remain independent for as long as I can.
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