And off she goes, negotiating the mean streets of LA from the no doubt luxuriously customized interior of her Range Rover, pouting at her own reflection in the rear view mirror, and even though seated, jutting out one hip and a scowl in case of passing paps at the traffic lights. And then, suddenly, she realises something is missing! What could it be? Feeling anxiously in her pockets (sorry, Ferret-skin bag from her latest range) for her powder compact and lip gloss, she is momentarily relieved. All seems to be in order. But wait! WHERE is the child she is supposed to be taking to school? Eeek!
Haha, as if this could really happen. Oh, but hang on, it seems it DID, if the interview Victoria recently gave to Vanity Fair hasn't had a hefty dose of 'please like me! I am just a normal mum like you!' juice added to it.
Victoria, it seems, left her son Brooklyn 'in the kitchen' when she headed off on his school run.
"I jumped in my Range Rover, put the car seat in (for daughter Harper), put my iPod on and drove to school," she said, "And then I realised I'd left Brooklyn in the kitchen!"
'I was driving along, talking away, and all of a sudden, I looked down at the seat, and I was like: "S**t! S**t! I've forgot something."'
She said it left her feeling like an 'idiot' but said it happened because she was in a rush:
"Harper was in the car, I was in the car, and we were on the way to school – but we did not have the child who needed to go to school. I got down the road, and literally had to turn and drive straight back!"
Hmm, don't like to mention it Posh, but er, you've got two other kids as well - where were Romeo and Cruz? Let's hope that by now you've found them, too. Maybe you left them in Japan or down at Nobu? Is easily done!
Poor Victoria! Have you left your child somewhere and forgotten about them?
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