Speaking to Glamour magazine, Posh admitted she found combining mummyhood and work life a bit like 'juggling glass balls' but insisted her husband and kids always come first - despite branding her work her 'passion':
'Maternity leave - what's that? I've been working incredibly hard so I'm prepared for next season.
'Being a working mum is hard - I think women can relate to me when I say it's like juggling glass balls. My husband and children will always be my priority. But for me, what I do professionally doesn't feel like a job - it's my passion.'
Posh's daughter is due in early July, so it is six-inch heels and business as usual for a few more weeks...
Can you see Posh giving in and putting her feet up before the birth?
Or are perhaps her 'working days' not the quite the same as everyone elses'? (And shouldn't she be looking forward to taking some time off to enjoy her daughter afterwards?)