Victoria Beckham Told About Her Quirk That Drives David Crazy

Date February 26, 2019

As you know, Victoria Beckham is an active user of social networks. Besides sharing photos of her life on Instagram, she has her YouTube vlog.


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Recently, the British trendsetter posted a new video on her channel. Victoria let her subscribers peek behind the curtains of a designer’s everyday life and shared some beauty secrets.

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Also, Beckham admitted that one of her quirks drives David crazy.

You can see why I drive my husband crazy, because he is super-super tidy. I’m a germaphobe and everything’s got to be super-super clean. I mean, I will disinfect everywhere. But I’m a bit messy. What are you going to do?

- said Victoria.

In the video, you can see Posh Spice’s hotel room with a messy bed and towels scattered all over the floor.

This would be giving David a panic attack right now, a full-on panic attack.

- the designer assumed.


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And in all fairness, Victoria wasn’t far from the truth. In his interviews, the football legend has repeatedly admitted that he suffers from obsessive-compulsive disorder. David is obsessed with perfect order and symmetry. So, in his and Victoria’s house, there are three fridges: one for food, one for drinks, and the third one for other foods. There also must be an even number of bottles of each type.

If there's three cans, he'll throw one away because it has to be an even number.


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This condition also affects Beckham's wardrobe. His clothes are sorted by season, as well as by color.


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Well, probably, each of us has our own quirks. What are you obsessed with? Tell us about it in the comments!

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