Victoria Beckham ‘Relieved’ She Wasn’t Pregnant at Royal Wedding

The former Spice Girls member, who was pregnant with her four child when attending Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding in 2011, says ‘it was a joy to be able to choose anything I wanted to wear’ for the recent event.

Victoria Beckham was relieved not to be pregnant at the recent royal wedding. The fashion designer and her husband David Beckham were among the celebrity attendees at the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, which took place in Windsor, U.K. on Saturday, May 19.

The A-list couple were also present at the nuptials of Harry’s brother Prince William and Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge in 2011, when Victoria was pregnant with her now six-year-old daughter Harper.

“Quite honestly, it was such a relief not to be hugely pregnant at this royal wedding that it was a joy to be able to choose anything I wanted to wear,” the 44-year-old shared with the London Evening Standard, going on to address the similarities between the two dark dresses she wore to the weddings.

“I love a bit of navy,” she stated. “The dress is one of my favourites: it isn’t in (her own) store until November, but we’ve had so many inquiries about it that I’m seeing whether I can bring it forward.”

Victoria had “the best day” celebrating with the happy couple, and spoke particularly highly of the bride.

“They looked so happy, and everybody was just so happy for them,” she enthused. “Meghan seems like a genuinely lovely woman, who really loves him. It felt very real, very honest.”

And while the former Spice Girl is glad she isn’t carrying baby number five, she’s happy to see that her four children have adopted their parents’ work ethic.

“It’s never been an option not to work hard,” said Victoria, who is also mother to 19-year-old Brooklyn, 15-year-old Romeo and 13-year-old Cruz. “They see mummy go to work, they see daddy go to work, and they go to school and they have to work. But at the same time they’re happy children.”

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