Victoria Beckham’s troubled fashion business to stop receiving funds from Husband, David
David Beckham set to stop funding wife Victoria’s troubled fashion business following staggering £10million losses last year
David Beckham will no longer plough money into wife Victoria’s troubled fashion business – despite it making staggering losses of just over £10 million last year.
Becks, 43, has previously come to Posh’s rescue, injecting cash into Victoria Beckham Limited to help her books look more healthy.
I understand David now wants her to take full responsibility for
running the company – and that he won’t bail her out again.
say David, pictured right with his wife, is happy she has now found
investors who have injected £30 million into the label, so at least her
next set of accounts might look more impressive.
One said: ‘David is super-proud of what Victoria has achieved but he will no longer be putting money in. She has investors now.’
Posh, 44, made her biggest loss to date last year, according to accounts released just before Christmas.
Victoria, who in April made a third of her staff redundant in an attempt to make her business profitable, will be hoping that her post-Christmas sale will be a success. She has slashed prices on 230 items of her high-end clothing – many by 50 per cent.
garments include a leopard-print split-sleeve fitted coat, which is
down from £2,495 to £1,247, and a drape neck midi dress, now priced at
£767.50 from £1,535.
is currently negotiating a buyout of shares in DB Ventures held by Simon
Fuller, his former manager and long-term business partner.
Fuller, who is credited for creating the Posh and Becks ‘brand’ in the 1990s, is understood to want about £60 million in the deal.