Pop star-turned-designer Victoria Beckham is seeking a new personal assistant.
Victoria Beckham is advertising for a new personal assistant.
The 44-year-old fashion designer has posted an advert for the position on her personal website, which explains that the role will cover a ''broad variety of administrative tasks'', including taking care of Victoria's monthly expenses, as well as managing the former pop star's appointments and travel plans.
Candidates are also urged to exercise a ''high level of discretion and confidentiality at all times while maintaining good relationships''.
Other requirements for the role - which is based in Battersea in London - include a ''high level of written and verbal communication skills'', and the ability to handle ''confidential information with discretion''.
However, the job advert does not specify a salary for the position.
Meanwhile, Victoria - who is married to retired soccer star David Beckham - is expected to attend the royal wedding on Saturday (19.05.18).
The brunette beauty has been invited to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding alongside her Spice Girls bandmates Emma Bunton, Geri Horner, Mel B, and Mel C - but they haven't been asked to perform.
An insider recently explained: ''The girls were individually invited to attend the wedding, but there is no plan to have them perform.
''Although there is no plan to have the Spice Girls perform, it is a wedding, and who knows what could spontaneously happen.''
Victoria - who also attended Prince William's wedding to the Duchess of Cambridge back in 2011 - hinted at her invite in April, when she was asked about the rumour by chat show host James Corden.
After being asked whether she would attend the upcoming wedding, the British fashion mogul - who was sat alongside basketball legend Shaquille O'Neal at the time - said: ''I, uh, I, I don't know...''
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