Victoria Beckham just wore full-on leopard print for a meeting with Anna Wintour

No rest for the wicked…

We honestly can't keep up with Victoria Beckham this week - since her SS19 show on Sunday she has been a busy bee; meeting fans, partying the night away, celebrating with the family AND keeping up appearances on Instagram. If she wants to go home and throw on a tracksuit to watch Jeremy Kyle with the kids, she's not showing any telltale signs. On Tuesday she was spotted back to work, all dressed up for a meeting with the one and only Anna Wintour.


Heading to her flagship store on London's Dover Street, the former Spice Girl (who was spotted singing Spice Up Your Life at her after-show party) looked ready for action as she met with the editor-in-chief of American Vogue, no doubt to discuss her new collection in detail. We've all seen the movie based on Anna Wintour - her opinion is the only one that matters and her seal of approval will be very important to Victoria.

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Wearing a leopard print dress with a cornflower blue clutch bag and matching shoes (all from her own collection - naturally!), Victoria Beckham made a real statement with her look - no doubt keen to impress the power player. Leopard print is a key trend right now, so we're very much loving her look.

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Anna also looked very stylish with her leather trenchcoat and snakeskin boots. Both ladies wore big shades - as per usual - and didn't smile for the cameras. After all these years, they are both friends and Anna always watches Victoria's catwalk shows and even invited the 44-year-old to take part in Vogue's 73 Questions video franchise. In the video, the mum-of-four poked fun at herself in the way only VB can.

Last season Anna Wintour was lucky enough to sit next to the Queen as the 91-year-old Monarch made her first ever appearance at London Fashion Week.

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