Early Life Victoria Caroline Adams was born on April 17, 1974 to Anthony and Jacqueline Adams at the Alexandra Hospital in Harlow, Essex and raised in Goffs Oak, Hertfordshire.
She was embarrassed by her family's wealth and often begged her father not to drop her off outside the school in their Rolls Royce.
Beckham's father was an electronics engineer and the success of the family business meant a wealthy upbringing for Victoria and her siblings, Louise and Christian.
"Although my parents were comfortable – we always had holidays and a nice car- we weren’t rolling in it." Victoria said that during her schooling days, she was a victim of bullying, having been made to feel like an outsider.
Each member of the group received a nickname from the media.
Victoria was called Posh Spice because of her refined attitude, form-fitting designer outfits, such as little black dresses, and her love of high-heeled footwear.
I didn't have any friends." Victoria’s talent for drama arose while she was a pupil at Goaff’s Poak Junior Middle Scholl, where she landed the leading role in The Pied Piper.
She went on to St Mary’s High in Cheshunt, a teacher commented: "She was very conscientious, very quiet.
Victoria didn’t really stand out as an amazingly dynamic person.