Sophie Ellis Bextor models a T-shirt designed by the Beckhams in aid of Sport Relief. The shirts are now on sale at TK Maxx and Sainsburys, priced at £14.99, of which at least £8 will go to charity. Victoria Beckham, Spice Girl turned hit fashion designer, has called on the skills of her three young sons and husband David to design a range of T-shirts in aid of Sport Relief.
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Sophie Ellis Bextor exclusively models the ladies’ T-shirt, which has just landed in TK Maxx (tkmaxx.com) and Sainsburys (sainsburys.co.uk) stores nationwide.
The singer, who pipped Posh Spice to the number one spot when she featured on Spiller’s Groovejet track back in 2000, is the first to admit she won’t be running a marathon to raise funds over the Sport Relief weekend (March 19-21). “This is the best way of showing my sporty side,” she laughs.
Armed with cans of spray-paint, the Beckhams, including sons Brooklyn, 10, Romeo, seven, and Cruz, four, collaborated to create the red and black “Beckham heart Sport” logo which adorns the top. It is one in a series of four T-shirts designed by the family in aid of the fundraising initiative. “I thought the T-shirts were a really nice idea,” says Sophie, who has two small boys of her own with husband Richard Jones. “The fact that they were made by the kids, too, carries a family theme which is really important.”
Ladies’ T-shirt, £14.99, with at least £8 from every sale going to Sport Relief; sportrelief.com