Claims in the report That Victoria Beckhamclothing line is millions of dollars in debt, but her net worth in 2022 is still impressive. Clothes made by the 48-year-old company are sold at amazing discounts.
David and his wife are said to have many assets and investments. Additionally, they have been involved in endorsement deals that have added significantly to their overall wealth.
Inside Victoria Beckham’s net worth in 2022
According to Marca, Victoria Beckham’s 2022 net worth is $450 million.
Her fashion brand was founded in September 2008 and included a small collection of dresses. The same was introduced in the 2011 New York Fashion Week fixture.
The brand is said to have reached annual sales of $79 million in 2012.
In addition to her fashion line, Victoria launched a fragrance line with David and even has her own beauty line called Victoria Beckham Beauty.
David Beckham and his wife were millionaires in 2019
David and Victoria aren’t millionaires individually, but together they are.
According to a 2019 report by Mirror, their overall fortune, which includes profits from all business and endorsements, has reached $1 billion (£700 million).
They are said to own a string of properties, including a pad in West London and a hideout in Costwolds.
They have been married for over 20 years and share four children together. Brooklyn Joseph, Romeo James, Cruz David, Harper Seven.
Following in his parents’ footsteps, Brooklyn established himself as an actor, model, and photographer. Romeo, on the other hand, aspires to become a soccer professional, just like his father.
Clothing line sells collections at discounted prices
The Daily Mail reports that dresses from Victoria’s collection are being sold on third-party sites at discounts of up to 70%.
The backless turtleneck dress has been slashed from £1,845 to £554, while the leopard print blouse, originally priced at £650, is now available for £228.
The luxury clothing company reportedly owes £53.9m. A spokesperson for Victoria confirmed the numbers to Miller.
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