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Victoria Beckham Receives OBE from Prince William for Her Work in Fashion

Victoria Beckham Receives OBE from Prince William for Her Work in Fashion
We’ve always called Victoria Beckham fashion royalty (she’s built herself an empire!), but now that title is (practically) official! The designer was just awarded an OBE (Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire) by Prince William for her contributions in fashion and her charity work.

It was announced last December that she would be included in the Queen’s Honours List for 2017, saying at the time that she was “delighted and humbled for the recognition.” And Wednesday she attended the ceremony at Buckingham Palace to receive her medal.

She was joined by her husband David Beckham
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Victoria Beckham Set to Receive OBE for Her Contributions to Fashion and Charity Work

Victoria Beckham Set to Receive OBE for Her Contributions to Fashion and Charity Work
It’s an extra special holiday season for Victoria Beckham — People confirms she has been named on the Queen’s Honours List for 2017 for her contributions in fashion and her charity work.

Joining her husband David Beckham, who received an OBE (Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire) in 2003, the 42-year-old was “delighted and humbled for the recognition.”

After dominating the music world as part of the Spice Girls, Beckham turned her attention to fashion and is now a staple in the industry. Her designs are regularly worn by Hollywood heavyweights such as Cameron Diaz, Anna Kendrick and Kate Winslet,
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William, Kate and Harry Join the Queen for Her Birthday Street Party

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William, Kate and Harry Join the Queen for Her Birthday Street Party
The Queen's biggest birthday party yet is in full effect! One day after London's grand Trooping the Colour in her honor, Queen Elizabeth celebrated her 90th birthday on Sunday with an outdoor party - and 10,000 guests in the road leading from Buckingham Palace on Sunday. (If you haven't yet seen the Lego version, please do so now. We'll wait.) It was the third main event to publicly laud the Queen in as many days, following her "neon at 90" appearance at Trooping on Saturday and a thanksgiving service at St. Paul's Cathedral on Friday. The rain cleared just before the royals appeared.
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