Spice as nice: Victoria Beckham models very sexy lingerie and killer heels on a hotel bed for ELLE Hong Kong as she says she's 'empowering women with fashion'
Victoria Beckham proved she's still every inch a Spice-y girl as she posed for new very sexy images for Elle Hong Kong magazine.
The 42-year-old posed in some hot lingerie as she posed on a hotel bed for a series of images for the acclaimed fashion bible.
Wearing high-waisted briefs and a matching shiny bralet from her own collection, the mother-of-four and wife of footballer David cut a high-end fashion figure.
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Pulling a comical open-mouthed expression, the stunner posed with the remote control straight out in front of her, while sitting on her knees for the piece, which was styled by Ellen von Unwerth.
She wore designer heels, likely from her own collection and a pair of oversized sunglasses which completely hid her eyes from view.
With her long brunette locks hanging down past her shoulders, after having been styled by Tina Outen, the lovely lady added a retro feel to her look with baby pink lipstick by make-up artist Lisa Eldridge.
A second shot showed her in the same ensemble as she pulled a sultry expression by some railings as she cupped her face in her hands.
She showed off a smattering of rings on her perfectly manicured hands in pictures which will no doubt delight her beloved husband.
On the cover, she poses in a lace cami which costs £1,395 with a tray of sweet treats sexily resting on her lap as she places one near her mouth.
In an interview with the publication, Victoria talked about empowering other women.
She said: '(In Spice Girls) we talked about girl power, it’s the same thing. It’s empowering women and it’s now doing through fashion, not music.'
The designer also talked about how much she loves Asia - she has visited many times with her various fashion launches.
She said: 'We love coming to Asia as people have got a real strong sense of family here.'
And giving an insight into her family life, she said: 'You don't have a rule book when you have a child. You just do the best that you can and I think the kids are doing a pretty good job.
'They’re well-mannered, hard-working, they’re fun and they’re happy kids. So what more can you ask for?'
Read the full interview in Elle Hong Kong, out now