Victoria Beckham has said she endured "miserable" days at school, where she was excluded from the crowd and bullied by classmates.
In an interview in the current issue of Elle magazine, Posh Spice said she got public attention of a very different kind as she struggled to fit in with her young peers.
Speaking to the magazine about her former classmates, the fashion icon said: "They were literally picking things up out of the puddles and throwing them at me. And I just stood there, on my own. No one was with me. I didn't have any friends. People would push me around, say they were going to beat me up after school, chase me.
"It was miserable, my whole schooling, miserable. I tried to be friends with people, but I didn't fit in. So I kept myself to myself."
In the interview the star, who is currently on tour with the Spice Girls, also stated she wasn't the most talented celebrity out there.
The wife of footballer David Beckham said she was never a "natural" at dancing, singing or acting and was "never that good at anything".
Beckham also revealed details of how she and her husband would spend hours talking in car parks during their courtship and would rarely go out for dinner or drinks. While speaking about their married life, the pop star added she rarely wore anything to bed when her husband was with her.
The 33-year-old said: "You don't sleep with David Beckham I sleep naked.
"I'm going to be naked if I'm getting in bed with him every night," she told the fashion publication.