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The wife of soccer player David Beckham has taken a chance to voice a Queen Amphitrite character on her sons' favorite animated show.
'The way things are going they might have to go on without her if she doesn't come round soon,' a source says of what is being planned by the Spice Girls' member over Victoria Adams' reluctance.
'We are working on things together but our marriage is absolutely not a business arrangement,' the former Spice Girl member states.
The videos, which show a car flipped down an alley, were taken from Sherman Oaks, California where Autobot twins, Skids and Mudflap, previously shot a scene.
Deemed a gay icon who will fit in the show, the wife of David Beckham is reportedly demanded by the TV execs.
The Posh Spice will share her thought in an upcoming article for a fashion segment on the 'Iron Man 2' star's lifestyle newsletter.
Putting down the rumors to rest, the wife of David Beckham said she's enjoying being surrounded by her three little boys.
The Genesis' star shares about his struggle to grip drumsticks following his neck surgery, recalling 'When I play, I've had to tape the sticks to my hand. It's like wearing a condom.'
'Rather than get to the stage where we would break up or not be friends with each other, we chose to just take a break,' says Pete Wentz about Fall Out Boy's decision to take a break.
Calling themselves 'boring people', Eva Longoria, Victoria Adams and Kate Beckinsale prefer staying in and playing different kinds of games to enjoying the L.A. nightlife.