Victoria'nervous' about fashion around hubby David.
Victoria Beckham would be "incredibly nervous" to show her fashion collections to husband David.
The soccer star has never sat in on a showing of her clothes, and she admits it is because she needs to focus on the work and would be worried about him.
Responding to who would be in her fantasy front row, she said: "My husband. David has never been to any of my shows as I'm incredibly nervous and I need to focus and concentrate."
The former singer is excited about the future of her fashion brand, and is currently looking into ways to expand the business.
She said: "We are researching retail and e-commerce opportunities at the moment. I rarely get the chance to go out shopping, everything I do is online and I believe that will play a part of the future."
Despite being a busy mother of four, Victoria has also claimed she is not interested in making a line of children's clothes.
She added to Japan's Numero magazine: "Contrary to what people say I have no interest in doing a children's line; there are lots of people doing that very well already."
David Beckham has fears about going bald.
The soccer star - who has sons Brooklyn, 12, Romeo, nine, and six-year-old Cruz, as well as six-month-old daughter Harper with fashion designer wife Victoria Beckham - would shave the rest of his hair off if he started losing his locks.
He said: "Someone said I'd had a hair transplant. There's definitely nothing wrong with doing that, but I don't think personally I would. If I do start showing signs of going bald, then I will shave it off I've still got hair. I'm still fighting it."
The 36-year-old hunk was recently on the verge of chopping his "side-sweep" style hair off, but Victoria convinced him to keep it.
He added: "She said, 'It looks so good at the moment. Don't do it.' I was like, 'OK'."
David - who was slammed for wearing a sarong while on holiday with his wife in 1998 - admits he has grown in confidence about what he wears since he met Victoria in 1997 and he doesn't care what anyone else thinks.
He explained to the Telegraph magazine: "When I met Victoria. I got confidence. If I like something, I'm going to wear it - it doesn't matter what people are going to think of me. I've never been averse to doing, not stupid things, but pushing it a little.