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The Fashion Evolution of David and Victoria Beckham in 14 photographs

Twenty years of matching hair cuts and sharing sarongs.

ON FRIDAY, BOOKIES suspended bets that one of the world’s most famous celeb couples – David and Victoria Beckham – would divorce.

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A spokesperson for the couple quickly rubbished rumours, saying:

It’s a crock of a s***. Embarrassing and laughable.

Thank God, because one of the most solid links to our collective childhoods has been the fascinating and – more times than not – matching fashion choices of the couple we have come to know as Posh n Becks.

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The two first met attending a charity football match. It was a simpler time: a time of two tone brown lipsticks and denim blazers.

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In those pre-mobile phone days, Victoria Adams aka Posh Spice, wrote her numba on the back of a plane ticket David had on him. Each was already famous in their respect field and already fancied each other.

As David said in his autobiography:

“My wife picked me out of a soccer sticker book. And I chose her off the telly. It felt straight away like we’d always been meant to be together.”

Being famous in the news is the celeb version of tinder.

But the real reason they were always meant to be together was their shared love of outrageously trendy fashion. Here’s the rundown on twenty years of a shared passion.

1. Matching black turtlenecks to announce their engagement in January 1998

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2. No engagement photo-shoot would be complete without a leather/fur combination jacket and a crucifix the size of a small church around your neck

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3. Attending a fashion show in September 1998 sporting matching curtain hair cuts and a boyband bleached look for Dave

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4. Nothing screams the year 2000 more than a corset top, fake boobs, and a white boy wearing a do-rag

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5. A second birthday party for Brooklyn thrown at the Wacky Warehouse, County Hotel in Chesire in 2001.

The co-ordination of the various shades of beige, browns, creams and golds must have taken weeks to prepare.

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6. The 2003 MTV Movie Awards look is iconic

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7. And the Oscar for best self-promotion goes to…

“Omg David, what an insane coincident that we’re both rocking a casual look of jeans, black blazers, white tees, ombre sunnies, silver necklaces, diamond studs when the paparazzi are about in Heathrow.”

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8. Words fail me on how to describe this monstrosity of loose fabrics and drapping

David looks like he is having real trouble seeing clearly from behind his baker boy cap and sunglasses.

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9. We now enter the period of time known as less is more – an unusual concept for the Beckhams – but re-enter the stage of matching hair

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10. Closely-cropped hair, shades of grey dress and shiny shoes to launch their new fragrance collection ‘Bekcham Signature’ – they are true masters of their ever-evolving brand

11. Navy at the Royal Wedding in 2011

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12. From the Wacky Warehouse, County Hotel in Chesire to the Met Gala in New York City in 2014 – The Beckhams know how to climb

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13. Surely these outfits can’t age badly?

Quick scan for anything trendy….aaaaannnnnd…. no we’re good, this might still be a good look in 5 years time!

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14. Navy again at another royal wedding

If the divorce rumours had been true, this could have been the last official couple photograph of Posh n Becks!

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