Victoria was ranked #50 in Glamour's 'The 50 most glamorous women of '08'.
In May 2008, husband David surprised Victoria with her own vineyard located in California, presenting her with a bottle of wine with her own name on the label.
Heidi Klum paid $2000 for a year's worth of cupcakes as a gift to Victoria in 2008. For the entire 2009 year, Victoria will be delivered a dozen cupcakes each Friday.
In June of 2007, Victoria, and the rest of The Spice Girls announced their plans of doing a reunion tour in early 2008. They also released a greatest hits album.
In April 2007, David & Victoria took legal action against a look-alike couple who had posed as the Beckhams for the last 10 years, obtaining free gifts such as jewelery and preferential seating at restaurants and clubs. The couple were eventually caught after they tried to enter the Hollywood restaurant, The Ivy, and were recognized by the manager who had greeted the real couple a fortnight earlier.
In April 2007, Geri Halliwell announced that she had written a series of children's mystery books that include a character based on Victoria, named "Posh Vatoria".
Some of the awards Victoria has shared with The Spice Girls are as follows:
Two wins at the 1997 Billboard Awards.
Four wins at the 1997 Brit Awards in London, England.
The win for 'Best Group' at the 1997 MTV Europe Music Awards.
The win for 'Best Dance Video' at the 1997 MTV Video Music Awards for Wannabe.
Three wins at the 1998 American Music Awards.
Victoria was teased in school for her nose, and for being driven to school by her father in a Rolls-Royce. She was also unpopular for always completing her homework on time. Her mother got her out of doing physical education by writing excuse letters.
Victoria has claimed in the past that her favourite perk of being famous is the 30% discount she gets at Gucci.
In 2005 Victoria was named as the United Kingdom's "Most Pointless Celebrity" in a poll conducted by UK's Channel 4. Husband David took second place. In 2006 she was voted as having the worst celebrity legs in a Lambrini and Pretty Polly fashion campaign poll.
David was so upset at England being knocked out of the 2006 World Cup, Victoria bought him a belt worth $24,300. The belt is made of titanium and white gold and adjusts automatically to fit your waist after a big meal. There are only 88 belts in existence.
Victoria and David Beckham hosted a World Cup soccer party at their home in May 2006. The party was themed 'Full Length and Fabulous', with Victoria spending $1.2 million on the party. Guests included Diddy, Emma Bunton, Christian Slater, Sharon & Ozzy Osbourne and Jerry Hall.
Victoria is an author of 2 books: Learning to Fly and That Extra Half an Inch: Hair, Heels, and Everything In Between.
In November 2006, Victoria and David revealed their son, Romeo, has epilepsy. Since Romeo's illness was revealed nearly all the world's major paparazzi agencies have pledged not to photograph the child to ensure his safety, after being told flashing lights cold end him into a fit.
Once Victoria found out former band mate Geri Halliwell was pregnant, she began designing a pink diamond watch as a gift for Geri's new daughter. The watch is specially designed for a child. It is gold with tiny pink diamonds. It's worth $620,000!
Victoria denies the allegations of having had a breast enhancement surgery in 1999.
Victoria and soccer player David Beckham got engaged on January 25, 1998, marrying on July 4, 1999. The pair have three sons: Brooklyn, born March 4, 1999, Romeo, born September 1, 2002, and Cruz, born February 20, 2005. Cruz was born in Madrid, Spain and is the Spanish translation for cross, or cross-bearer.
Victoria danced ballet in her childhood and teenage years. She is a graduate of the Jason Theatre School, and of the Laine Arts Theatre College.
Victoria has a sister, Louise and a brother, Christian. Her parents are Anthony and Jacqueline Adams.
Victoria is the only member of The Spice Girls not to have had a UK number one single as a solo artist. She has one solo album titled Victoria Beckham, released in 2001.
Victoria's height is reported as 5'6. She has a tattoo of 4 eight-pointed stars representing herself, her husband and two of her sons at the base of her spine. Her natural hair and eye colour is brown. She also has a pierced fingernail that is encrusted with a small diamond.
Victoria is a vegetarian.
Victoria's favorite designers are Dolce & Gabbana and Donatella Versace. Victoria herself has designed a line of clothing for Rock And Republic. The line includes jeans and accessories. In September 2006, she ended her work with 'Rock and Republic', and started her own fashion line, strictly featuring denim only.
Victoria: (on her fashion ideas) I know how a dress should sit. Like I knew I would spend a lot on high-quality zips because I have had my share of badly made zips. I wanted a zip that undoes from both ends because then you can either put the dress on over your head or step into it - and also, you know, going to the loo wouldn't be this whole big problem.
Victoria: We would like another child (but) I'm working so hard on my fashion business. I haven't got time David and I still go out on our own and have a real laugh together, I love him more now than I did when we first met. I know people sometimes don't want to believe that we are happy but we are.
Victoria: (outraging her fans after she made the following quote) You're a true fan when you cry or pass out. When the paramedics are called it's a good sign. It shows real determination as a fan.
Victoria: (on hiring a new assistant) She can't be too good-looking, she can't be too thin. It has to be all about me.
Victoria: I'm getting really self-conscious about the fact I do constantly look like a miserable bitch.
Victoria: (on planning an Oscar acceptance speech) I thought about writing a speech if I won a lifetime achievement award for Spice World. I might look crap in it, but who knows, it might become a cult classic!
Victoria: I dress sexily - but not in an obvious way. Sexy in a virginal way.
Victoria: (on her Spanish skills) My Spanish is improving and I can now ask: 'Dónde Gucci?' ('Where is Gucci?'). I also can say: 'Tienes un Bentley?' ('Do you have a Bentley?').
Victoria: I haven't read a book in my life. I haven't got enough time. I prefer to listen to music, although I do love fashion magazines.
Victoria: I would love a little girl. Our boys are phenomenal, but a girl would just complete our family. But at the moment I take my contraception pill every morning, as now isn't quite the right time. When you're in the public eye they expect you to pop one out every year.