Posh and Becks reveal worst habits
Friday 03 December 2010
Don’t you just love hearing about the innermost secrets of celebs?
Posh and Becks have been letting us know their secret bathroom habits in a new interview - and what their annoying traits are.
'She always leaves her drawers open,' David says of Victoria - revealing that she also 'leaves the toothpaste top off too’.
'It’s kind of her mess, though. It’s her bathroom. It’s not down to me.
Victoria replies: 'He means like cupboard drawers, not as in knickers!
'I’m very messy. Clean, but very messy.
'We’re lucky enough to have separate bathrooms. David’s is all dark wood, very masculine.
'Mine is very modern, black and white. David’s products are all hidden away, whereas mine are quite on show.'
Victoria also revealed in the new edition of InStyle Magazine that the thrill of receiving free gifts hasn't worn off.
'We’re in a great position in that every now and then, we get big boxes of products sent to us, which we’re very lucky to have,' she says.
'I’m never going to become blasé about that. I really appreciate that someone has gone to the effort to send me things.
The Beckhams are also followers of ‘healing crystals’ since moving to California. (Careful! It’s a dangerous slope to Scientology…)
They keep crystals gemstones in their respective bathrooms – believing they will improve their health and boost their energy levels.
Mrs Beckham said: ‘We both like crystals, as in crystal energy. I have lots of pink quartz and black tourmaline in my bathroom.
‘It’s quite spiritual out here [in LA]; all very positive.’
Despite living the LA lifestyle, Victoria doesn’t seem too fussed about having a tan anymore, and claims she stays away from the bronzers.
'I’ve embraced whiteness,' she admits. 'No, I don’t use any tanning products.
'Sometimes in photographs I look orange, which is really random, because I don’t use any fake tan at all. I used to a long time ago, but not any more.'
David adds: 'The kids are always outside with the dogs, so we just sit out there and watch them. You do get a bit of a tan.'
We’re not surprised living in the LA sun. And while we’re here six inches in snow – it’s alright for some!
By Ruth Connors