Victoria Beckham ignored rumours that had been circulating since Friday regarding her marriage as she defiantly attended the Kent and Curwen's Men's London Fashion Week show with husband David in tow - who owns a major stake in the brand with Simon Fuller. The couple, who have been married for 19 years, looked impeccably stylish as they put on a united front - in particular Victoria. The former Spice Girl wore a new dress from her fashion collection - an off-white draped design which came complete with striped detail in a dusty pink and pastel lilac. The silk shirt dress had a deep V neckline and voluminous sleeves which were gathered at the cuffs and gave her a polished finish. In short, it was the ultimate show-stopping number that made a chic statement. The stunning frock is available now online and will set you back £2295. The mother-of-four took to her Instagram page to ask her 20 million followers which colour shoes she should team her dress with - lilac or yellow. With a 50 50 split with the results, VB proved she's a pro at making her own decisions, telling her followers: "I think yellow!"
Victoria stunned in a striped number from her own collection
It has been a stressful few days for the couple. David and Victoria denied that they were splitting on Friday, after social media was plagued with whispers that the golden couple were preparing to announce their divorce to the public. A representative for the Beckhams told HELLO!: "There is no impending statement, no divorce."
VB's dress is £2295
The last time the couple were pictured together was at the royal wedding of Duke and Duchess of Sussex in Windsor on 19 May.
The duo made quite the chic pair - David wore a smart morning suit in a swish charcoal grey, while VB went for a sleek dress in one of her favourite hues - navy blue.
Her slash-front dress was cut in a midi length and had long billowing sleeves. She tied her brown hair tied back and topped her crowning glory with a pillbox hat by Stephen Jones. The fashion designer added a gentle pop of colour - with a pair of tomato red high heel shoes.