Victoria Beckham did not "wannabe" in front of live television viewers in the late 1990s.
But unfortunately, the 48-year-old Spice Girls member has been welcoming her son Brooklyn at theBritish talk show "TFI Friday"in May 1999. I was forced to weigh after only two months.
Posh Spice recalled an embarrassing event in an interview withVogue Australia.
"I appeared on a TV show with Chris Evans many years ago, but Brooklyn was just born and I've lost a lot of weight since then," the designer said of the humiliating case. I told you. "It happened to my mother after her pregnancy. It doesn't mean that she has an eating disorder, and he weighed me up on a scale."
"Can you imagine doing that lately?" Beckham has been added.
In a clip, 56-year-old Evans asked a British superstar about her new baby and her husband, soccer player David Beckham. "Many girls want to know. How did you get back to their original shape after giving birth because you look great again?" Evans asked.
Beckham revealed at the time that he was "lazy" and did not exercise much.
Next, the radio host asked if her weight had "returned to normal." The fashion icon showed that her weight was fine and Evans took her scale out from under her desk.
He begged her to ride it and begged her: "Can I check, are you sure?"
Beckham, who called the stunt "terrifying", secretly stepped on the scale and Evans I revealed the number to the audience. "Eight stones [112 pounds] aren't bad at all, right?" He said then.
Beckham also discussed in an interview with an Australian publication about her name that people called her during her career.
"I had a" Pokey Minch ". I had a "Skeletal Posh". After eating Brooklyn, there were pictures pointing to every part of her body. Weight from, "she said.
Her four mothers also told Grazia earlier this year that the idea of being too thin was"old-fashioned."
Beckham, who loves to eat "whole grain toast with salt", explains that today's women "want to have a healthy and winding face." I am. They want some boobs and ass.
When asked about her little physique, she replied: It's about knowing who you are and being happy with who you are. I have found my own balance between what I want to enjoy and being trained in a healthy diet and exercise. You fight that balance when you're young, but as you get older I've reached a point where I know what that balance looks like. I just know what works for me.