Victoria Beckham takes a whole day to eat one doughnut

Victoria Beckham loves donughts.
Victoria Beckham loves donughts.

VICTORIA Beckham loves Krispy Kreme doughnuts which she buys from Selfridges and she is said to make hers last almost a whole day while she picks at it hourly.

Victoria Beckham will "pick" at a Krispy Kreme doughnut "every hour or so" throughout the day.

The 40-year-old fashion designer - who is married to retired soccer star David with whom she has sons Brooklyn, 15, Romeo 11, Cruz, nine, and daughter Harper, two - is a huge fan of the tasty treats and sends her chauffeur to collect family boxes of the snack from department store Selfridges.

Although her boys gulp their snacks down within minutes she is said to make hers last.

A source told The Daily Star newspaper: "Krispy Kremes are her favourite. She sometimes cuts one into pieces and then picks at it. It's like a reward for her hard work to have a piece every hour or so. Her fave flavours are Millionaire's Shortbread and White Chocolate Almond Praline."

David, 39, even tried to bake his own homemade version for her but they didn't turn out "too great".

The source added: "David even tried to make them for her with the boys as he loves baking. But unfortunately they didn't turn out too great."

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