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Posh has had her hair snipped off for a magazine shoot later this month. Husband David is said to be thrilled with her new look
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VICTORIA GOES FOR THE CHOP WITH TRENDY NEW DO

2 AUGUST 2006

For years Victoria Beckham's long locks have been as much part of her look as oversize sunnies and Roberto Cavalli frocks. But this week her hair got a radical cut and husband David is said to be delighted with the stunning new style.



Posh revealed the elfin crop on leaving a chic London restaurant where she'd been dining with Burberry's fashion director Christopher Bailey. Another feature unveiled by the 32-year-old was a tattoo, running from her neck to just below her shoulders. Previously covered by her hair, the Hebrew characters reportedly read: "I am my beloved's, and my beloved is mine".

During the World Cup the football wife's extensions got almost as much media coverage as the England lineup, when it become obvious that several other partners in the team camp had gone in for a little help to get longer lengths.

An upcoming photo shoot for a glossy magazine was the catalyst for the much-copied celeb to have her tresses shorn. "She likes to set trends so it was the perfect time to move on," commented a source.
Last Sunday she asked top stylist Ben Cooke to snip off the flowing mane, then immediately sent mobile pictures of herself to David, who is in Austria training with his Real Madrid teammates. "David says he loves her new look and is dying to see her in the flesh," added the source. "He's told her she looks absolutely fantastic."


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