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Victoria Beckham News

Video: Armani David and Victoria Beckham Underwear Ad Campaign

By K.R. Gomez on July 10, 2009

HOLLYWOOD, Calif. — Emporio Armani has released a behind-the-scenes video giving fans another peek at the brand's steamy new underwear campaign starring David and Victoria Beckham.

The video shows the Beckhams getting made up as they strip down for the nearly-nude shot, in which the lingerie-clad Posh lies alongside her oil-covered husband.

The sexy ad campaign for fall 2009 was shot by renowned fashion photographers Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott. The shoot took place in Milan, where Armani is headquartered.

Beckham Housekeepers Busted for Alleged Theft

By Chloe Bunker on October 14, 2008

LONDON — Two housekeepers working for David and Victoria Beckham have been arrested after some of the couple's possessions landed on the auction site eBay.

According to British reports, 55-year-old Eric Emmett and his 56-year-old wife, June, were taken into custody in Hertfordshire, England last week. According to the Guardian, the couple has been working at the Beckham's $22-million mansion for more than a decade.

Local police also arrested a 25-year-old male, believed to be the couple's son, yesterday evening.

The Emmett's are suspected of placing several memorabilia items belonging to the soccer star up for auction, in addition to some designer dresses belonging to the Spice Girl singer.

The Beckhams apparently discovered the alleged scam after Victoria's parents, Tony and Jackie Adams, noticed items missing from their daughter's home seemed to match what was being sold online as "Posh and Becks" memorabilia.

No one has been charged yet in the case and Eric Emmett has denied any wrongdoing.

"What is in the papers is fabricated nonsense. Totally fabricated, 99 percent of it is totally untrue," he told the Guardian.