Victoria Beckham believes the fashion industry is not a ''clock-in clock-out'' industry.

The 42-year-old fashion designer feels ''so lucky'' and ''so blessed'' to be a businesswoman and to have launched her eponymous clothing line, although she has hinted it is relentless being a creative mastermind and designing new creations because she has to work long hours and she regularly has to put in extra work, although she doesn't mind putting in the hard work because her business is her ''passion''.

Speaking about her career in a Facebook Live interview with The Sunday Times Style magazine, which the brunette beauty has shared on her social media page, she said: ''For me, I feel so lucky, so blessed, to do what I love. My business is my passion. It's what I've always dreamed of, and I truly believe if you work hard enough and dream big enough there's no limits to what you can achieve.

''Working in fashion is not a clock-in, clock-out type of industry, and the work and the passion that my team give me is fantastic.''

And the former Spice Girls band member - who was known as Posh in the girl band - has recently released her second cosmetics capsule for the longstanding beauty brand Estée Lauder, and the fashion icon has revealed she has long admired the brand and finds herself having a pinch-me moment when she walks into the office in New York to start working on a new product.

Victoria - who has children Brooklyn, 18, Romeo, 14, Cruz, 12, and Harper, five, with her husband David Beckham - explained: ''My beauty icon has always been Estée Lauder and everything that she stands for as a strong female entrepreneur and everything she achieves. So it was a dream come true for me to work with Estée Lauder.

''I remember when I was younger, and I used to sit and watch my mum getting dressed up, and she would wear Estée Lauder make-up, and I often have that moment when I have to pinch myself when I walk in to the Estee Lauder offices in New York, [I think] 'This is incredible, who would have thought?'

''I feel what we are doing is ... ground-breaking.''