Elegant in a little black dress and skyscraper heels, Victoria turned heads as she checked out the boutiques on Melrose Avenue
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The former Spice Girl viewed several houses in the Hollywood Hills, including the stunning property above. Previous inhabitants of the lavish £8 million pad include Lionel Richie and Chris Evans
4 DECEMBER 2006
It seems fashion queen Victoria Beckham may have set her sights on a base in the US, after she was spotted house-hunting in the Hollywood Hills.
The mum of three apparently viewed several properties in the Beverly Hills area, including one just down the road from Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes. With husband David's new contract with Spanish team Real Madrid still under negotiation, the football ace could be considering a big-money move to play for the Los Angeles Galaxy soccer team. And Victoria would doubtless relish the chance to spend more time with her Hollywood pals.
Moving to the US would certainly raise the already popular couple's profile Stateside, and aid Victoria's fashion career. The trend-setter made sure the area fulfils her shopping needs when she popped into Marc Jacobs' West Hollywood boutique, elegant in a figure-hugging dress and peep-toe Christian Louboutin heels.
The mother of three, who recently published a style guide That Extra Half An Inch, is intent on making a name for herself in fashion. She is reportedly considering teaming up with Jennifer Lopez to design a lingerie range, after the pair hit it off at Tom and Katie's wedding.
"Jennifer thought Victoria was a real character and very much hopes they can stay friends now they have met. They talked about the film industry and then their shared love – fashion. Jennifer thinks the pair could be capable of developing a seriously sexy range," a source said.
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