Victoria Beckham goes incognito in baseball cap after gym trip

03 Oct 2014 23:22

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As one of the most recognisable women in the world, it's not easy to escape attention even for a second.
But Victoria Beckham managed to slip out of a gym session unnoticed on Thursday.
Despite being in London's heaving Notting Hill neighbourhood, the former Spice Girl went incognito as she swapped her high-end designer wardrobe for practical workout gear.
Pulling an Adidas cap down over her eyes and wearing a very un-'Posh' bomber jacket, leggings and trainers, the 40-year-old rushed to her car before passersby even got a glimpse.
She also appeared to eating on the go and was holding a bag of nutritious nuts for a healthy post-workout snack.
However, her husband David wasn't so lucky. Even though he had donned a golfing cap, he was spotted by a female fan who asked him to stop for a photo.
The sports icon happily agreed, and smiled as the woman's pal excitedly took a snap of the two together.
Looking relaxed in a white shirt and black jeans, the 39-year-old hunk was clearly not in the same hurry as his super-busy wife.
No doubt Victoria was heading back to her office to check how her newly launched flagship store is faring.
Opening to much fanfare last week, the Victoria Beckham outlet offers shoppers a minimalist, chic way of shopping.
The store, on London's posh Dover Street, boasts huge dressing rooms, items dangling on gold hangers and a complete lack of tills: assistants come to you to swipe your card.
Although the venture was a major milestone in the ex-singer's glittering career as a designer, she skipped the opening so she could make an impassioned speech at the United Nations after being unveiled as an ambassador for the organisation.
Explaining how she wanted to use her public profile to help other women, she said: 'I am mother and I am a woman.
'I will do whatever I can to raise awareness. I feel very passionate about this.'
'I recently visited South Africa and was so touched by the women I met and felt inspired. I came home and I knew I had to do something.
'It's taken me to get to 40 to realise I have a responsibility as a woman and as a mother.
'For some reason people will listen to me. This is the beginning of an incredible journey for me.'


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