Another Fashion Win For Jessica Ennis! Victoria Beckham Gives The Olympics Hero A Dress For Jonathan Ross Appearance

20 August 2012 by

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Jessica Ennis in Victoria Beckham

If anyone deserves to treat themselves to a mega shopping spree, it's Jessica Ennis. When Grazia Daily met the Olympics medal winner, she revealed she's itching to ditch her sports kit and take a trip to Selfridges to splash out on a swanky new bag, shoes, clothes...

So what mega brands are top of her wish list? 'I love Alexander McQueen, Stella McCartney and I love Victoria Beckham dresses,' she told us, proudly staying true to that patriotic spirit of hers.

And the first designer to be ticked off her wish list was McQueen. Jess wowed us when she hit London town at Omega House earlier this month wearing a gorgeously girlie coral pink dress from the very same Brit fashion house that designed Kate Middleton's wedding dress. Talk about a glam-over, we cooed.

Now Jess has nailed a touch of VB. Yes! The athlete appeared on The Jonathan Ross Show this weekend wearing a chic ensemble consisting of a sleek black bodice with capped sleeves and a forest green pleated skirt, topped off with classic peep-toe heels. Jess was understandably excited to be swathed in a Beckham creation, posting a snap on her Facebook page along with the caption: 'I had such fun on The Jonathan Ross Show! Thank you Victoria Beckham for the gorgeous dress!!'

Ooh, did the popstar-turned-designer seen Ennis' fashion wish and pop a frock in the post? It's no secret the Beckham clan were amongst the biggest fans of the London Olympics with David taking his sons to watch many an event and Victoria returning to her Spice Girls roots for the Closing Ceremony. Either way, we say forget the gold medal - when Lady Becks gives you a dress, you know you've made it. 


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