Victoria Beckham demanded nobody took photos of her at an event celebrating powerful women – her first public speaking event since bizarre split rumours rocked her marriage.
The fashion designer appeared at the Forbes Women’s Summit in New York to discuss how she juggles raising a family with running a business empire – and revealed that "incredible husband" David Beckham does everything at home.
"I have the support of an incredible husband," she told the audience, who had been pre-warned not to take snaps of her up on stage.
"We really are equal with everything we do at home with the children. When I’m away he’s the one doing the school run and doing the cooking."
Victoria, 44, and David, 43, were the subject of a social media meltdown earlier this month after fans started speculating they were on the brink of divorce following 19 years of marriage.
Their rep branded the claims "a crock of s**t" and said it was "fake social media news" – which did little to quell the fiery speculation.
Since then, both Posh and Becks put on a united front at a fashion dinner and have been posting plenty of loved-up pictures of themselves with their family – Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz and little Harper.
But Victoria did confess she finds it really difficult to juggle work with the demands of a growing family, especially when it comes to working on her marriage.
"I try really, really hard. I try hardest to be the best mother," she said.
"I am trying to be the best wife and the best professional. When I get home I try to put the phone down and spend time with the children and spend time with David."
However, she admitted she’ll still sneak to the bathroom to send a work email at weekends, even when she’s promised the kids she’ll spend time with them.
It came after the married couple went separate ways with their management company, with David bringing in a new team to look after his affairs.
But Victoria has chosen to stick with Simon Fuller, the man who made the Spice Girls famous, who is still involved in her fashion brand.
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