Victoria Beckham set to ‘sell sex toys’ with new brand to rival Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop

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Victoria Beckham is proof it is never too late to change your career as she went from Spice Girl singer to fashion designer throughout her 26 years in the limelight.

And now, the 46 year old wife of David Beckham is planning on giving people what they really, really want by venturing onto a new career path as she is said to be set to sell sex toys.

It’s been reported the Two Become One singer has sought permission to flog health and beauty products under her trademark Victoria Beckham and initials VB.

A source has told the Daily Star that Victoria, who's son Brooklyn recently got engaged, is aiming to rival Gwyneth Paltrow’s lifestyle brand Goop “in every way”.

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Gwyneth’s brand sells a number of products including one of the world’s most expensive dildos and a candle that smells like the 47 year old actress’ vagina.

The insider said: “Victoria wants to raise revenue by launching her Goop-style business as soon as possible as she thinks she can get a piece of the same markets so profitably targeted by Gwyneth’s brand.

“She may seem unsmiling and prudish, but Victoria reckons she has a cheeky sense of humour, and will not be shying away from trying to snag a share of the sex trade like Gwyneth has done.


“Sex toys will be a no-brainer for Victoria, who wants to make a fortune from the new brand.”

The new business venture comes following a difficult few months for Victoria’s fashion brand.

Earlier on this year, Victoria received backlash after she put a number of members of staff on furlough.

After Good Morning Britain star Piers Morgan said the move made him “vomit”, the former Spice Girl’s brand made a u-turn on their decision and insisted the welfare of her team “means everything to me”.

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Speaking to The Guardian, Victoria said: “We will not now be drawing on the government furlough scheme.”

Victoria added: “At the beginning of the lockdown the shareholders agreed with senior management to furlough a small proportion of staff.

“At that point we didn’t know how long the lockdown might last or its likely impact on the business. The welfare of my team and our business means everything to me.”

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