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There's nothing quite like a through-the-keyhole look at the lives of the rich and famous - and when the subject is Victoria Beckham, you've really got us excited. Yesterday, we were treated to a teaser of her new collaboration with Skype which promises to take us on the journey of Lady Becks from Posh Spice to top-notch fashion designer, complete with retro footage and quotes from those in the know.
But of course this isn't the first time VB has opened her life to the cameras - oh no. In fact, she's quite the pro. The world was welcomed inside Beckingham Palace back in 2002 thanks to a genius TV documentary and when the Beckham Brood moved Stateside, every moment (and that peroxide crop) was caught on film, much to our delight.
So as antcipation builds for the latest behind-the-scenes revealtions, let's look back at the best ever VB documentaries. They really do prove just how fun she really is (honest!)...
1. Being Victoria Beckham
Victoria doing karaoke, David revealing his crush on Julia Roberts and lingerie shopping for diamante knickers - it's all in this brilliant TV Documentary which aired in 2002.
2. Victoria Beckham Coming To America
MAAY-JOR! When Victoria moved to the United States where her hubby was playing football - sorry, soccer - for LA Galaxy in 2007, this one-hour special aired on American TV. The best thing about it? It was part factual and part spoof. Demonstrating her notorious funny side, Victoria was seen being 'fake mean' to her personal assistant, Devil Wears Prada style. Unfortuantley, the US audience failed to grasp the hilarity and the plan to make it into a series was scrapped. Oh dear.
3. Spice Girls: Giving You Everything
After years of persistent rumours of a reunion, the Spice Girls announced in 2007 that they would be reuniting for an eleven-concert tour beginning that December. Yay! It was accompanied by a new greatest hits album and this documentary, which brought a nostalgic tear to our eye. Amen to Girl Power!
4. The Real Beckhams
'I will divorce you if you keep knocking this Philip Treacy hat!' says a full-haired Victoria - and too right! This documentary followed Victoria as she embarked on her solo career, filming music videos that saw her writhing on a bed while wearing a silky orange nightie. Ooh-err. The Internet never forgets, VB.
Goodness, how things have changed! Watch Victoria's latest offering courtesy of Skype below and get excited for the live Q&A which happens later today...