Victoria Beckham has been gifted a pair of Drew House Crocs by Justin Bieber, and we have more than a few questions.
The Spice Girl star-turned fashion designer showed off the package the Peaches singer sent her – including some lilac Crocs.
The 47-year-old decided to ask fans their opinions on her new shoes – which are adorned with mini cartoon figures.
‘A lot of people have been asking me what I’m planning on wearing after lockdown…,’ she wrote on her Instagram story, before showing off the latest addition to her wardrobe.
‘What do we think about this suggestion from @justinbieber?!’
‘Okay this is so kind of Justin to send me some Crocs,’ Victoria could be heard giggling over the top of the clip. ‘I’ve never worn a pair of Crocs.
‘They did make me laugh. It is the thought that counts, thank you so much. I’m not quite so sure what to say about these but thank you, it’s very sweet.’
Alongside a poll, the mum-of-four added: ‘Will I be wearing lilac crocs?!’
Currently fans are leaning on a resounding ‘no’, with 57% of the vote…
Over to you, Biebs.
Victoria’s fashion dilemma comes after it was reported that she had returned home to the UK with husband David, after spending around four months in Miami.
The couple jetted to the US in December to ring in the New Year with eldest son Brooklyn and fiancée Nicola Peltz, as well as her family.
It has now been claimed the pair, and youngest children Romeo, Cruz and Harper, have come back to their Cotswolds mansion after the trip.
‘The whole family loved their time in the US but the UK has always been home for them,’ an insider told the Sun.
‘They are back in the UK and focusing on various aspects of their business ventures between the Cotswolds and London.
‘They had to isolate when they got back but now they are settled again and the children are preparing to go back to school next week.’
We wonder if Victoria will be rocking her new shoes around the pad…
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