25-year-old Victoria Beckham’s daily diet isn’t for the faint-hearted

Nicholas Murphy

If you’ve ever wondered how Victoria Beckham gets her flawless skin, toned figure, and endless supply of energy, so do we. It’s hard to believe that the fashion designer not only runs a full-time business, but is also the mother of brooklyn, Romeo, Cross and Harper Seven – and looks more and more amazing over time (if that’s even possible!).

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We think we’ve found the secret. The glamorous mother of four enjoys a healthy and balanced diet, mostly dairy-free. VB’s diet is full of skin-loving ingredients and nutrient-dense superfoods that are no doubt a testament to her radiant skin and slender figure.

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Victoria’s husband David Beckham his wife had previously said: “eat only grilled fish, steamed vegetables; she will very rarely deviate from it”. The soccer star revealed the former spicy girl had eaten the same meal every day since the day he met her, over 25 years ago. That’s the commitment.

If you’re desperate to find out what the star eats for breakfast, lunch and dinner, you’ve come to the right place. Find out what Victoria Beckham eats in a day below…

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What does Victoria Beckham eat for breakfast?

VB is ditching the traditional beverages of early morning tea and coffee in favor of two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar.

Sharing a photo of the bottle on Instagram, she encouraged fans to “be brave”, while revealing that she had her daily dose in the morning on an empty stomach. “Followed by…fresh lemon squeezed in boiling water”, she says.


Victoria revealed that the whole Beckham family enjoy sprouted cereal for breakfast

While it might seem like an unusual start to the day, she follows it up with traditional breakfast foods, including smoothies and cereals.

Known in the Beckham household as the ‘green monster’ breakfast smoothie, Victoria revealed that she likes to mix a nutritious mix of apples, kiwi, lemon, spinach, broccoli and chia seeds in its Nutribullet – so she’s off to a good start with her five days!

On days when she’s not sipping a smoothie, Victoria relishes a bowl of cereal — but it’s not your typical sugar-laden treat.

Mom of four enjoys a bowl of Ezekiel 4:9 Original Sprouted Grain Breakfast Cereal, which she said was “perfect with unsweetened organic almond milk.” And she loves healthy whole grains so much she even has it in bread form.

What does Victoria Beckham eat for lunch?

Avocados are one of VB’s favorite foods, so much so that she has admitted to eating several a day. She said The telegraph in 2019, she “eats three or four avocados a day” and credits them for keeping her skin healthy.

So we imagine a smashed avocado on toasted Ezekiel bread or his own homemade multi-grain bread would be a quick and easy lunch adored by the fashion designer.


Prawns are one of Victoria Beckham’s favorite dishes

Meanwhile, fresh fish is also one of Victoria’s favorite dishes, and she revealed there was one dish in particular that she called “life-changing” – high praise indeed!

In 2018, she shared a photo of her lunch on her Instagram Stories, revealing that she slipped into giant prawns cooked in tequila and lime. Yum! It’s not the only shrimp dish on the menu…

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What does Victoria Beckham eat for dinner?

Replacing traditional spaghetti with a healthy alternative, the mom of four is known to dine on spicy shrimp zucchini tossed with vibrant vegetables for dinner.

Meanwhile, his daughter Harper has proven to be quite the boss during the coronavirus lockdown and has shown off her skills in give his mother a delicious fish dinner.

In March, Victoria shared a video of the ten-year-old’s efforts, who could be heard saying: “So here we have the salmon, shrimp, and then we have snow peas, cucumber, avocado, and broccoli.” We see a fish theme here!


Home cooking is an important ritual for the Beckham family

And even dessert is a healthy affair for Victoria, who chose to feast on a cake made entirely of fruit to celebrate his 44th birthday.

Luckily, David has also honed his baking skills recently, creating everything from a delicious lemon cake to a mouth-watering Nutella cake with a chunky brown sponge base covered in thick Nutella icing and sprinkled with nuts.

Surely Victoria couldn’t resist a slice of cake, right?


Victoria loves healthy snacks, including a fruit birthday cake!

What snacks does Victoria Beckham eat?

While showing off the healthy homemade snack she served her children, the former Spice Girls star admitted that she also satisfies her between-meal cravings with healthy seeds.

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His after-school snack for Romeo, Cruz, and Harper is a mix of seeds soaked in Organic Aminos, a gluten-free substitute for soy sauce.

Alongside a photo of a tray of seeds, she wrote, “Seeds doused in Organic Aminos! Grilled until crispy! After school snack! Good for mom too!”

What does Victoria Beckham eat on vacation?

Victoria’s disciplined diet is part of her lifestyle, and her ultra-healthy menu preferences are rarely shaken, even when she’s on vacation. Taking to Instagram to share a glimpse of her recent luxury health retreat, the fashion designer revealed several clips from her glamorous stay at Palace Merano, a stunning spa hotel hidden in the mountains of northern Italy.


But first coffee

“Here are some of the other delicious healthy meals and drinks we ate, including a strawberry chia seed jelly with avocado and raspberry cream, a green juice and a delicious Dover sole dinner with spinach, artichokes and green beans,” the star wrote.

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