Victoria Beckham is launching her own YouTube channel for beauty tips and styling tutorials to the excitement of fans.
The fashion designer and businesswoman announced her newest endeavour on Instagram in a short clip with YouTube’s fashion and beauty director Derek Blasberg.
“Today I have special news to share,” Beckham wrote on November 24. “I will be launching my own YouTube channel with beauty tutorials, styling tips and lots of stuff from me.”
In the 44-year-old’s first new YouTube video, which was shot during September’s London Fashion Week after a celebration of the 10-year anniversary of her eponymous fashion line, Beckham revealed to Blasberg details of her “new chapter.”
“I really feel that now I can put my foot on the gas and do everything that I’ve wanted to do for a long, long time,” she said, after joking that fans will also be able to see Blasberg “naked” on the channel because it’s what “they want, what they really really want.”
The fashion icon also expressed her excitement at being able to use the social media platform to connect with her customers.
She explained: “I’m really, really excited to reach out to my customer and get to know him or her better.
On Beckham’s YouTube channel, which has more than 22,000 subscribers, viewers can already get a glimpse into her life through previously-uploaded makeup tutorials and up-close looks at her runway shows.
The new launch is expected to be much more personal - with content from Beckham herself.
So far, the announcement has been met with joy from fans of Beckham, who have already watched the video more than 14,000 times on YouTube and nearly 900,000 times on Instagram.
“Amazing. I love your style and I can’t wait,” one person commented on YouTube.
Another said: “I am so excited! I’ve been patiently waiting for this to happen. Love your style VB!”
Beckham’s announcement comes after she revealed that she would not be joining her former bandmates on a UK tour in 2019 - but that she wished them “so much love and fun.”
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