VICTORIA Beckham only reveals her pearly white's on special occasions, but it seems an appearance in the latest issue of British Vogue isn't one of them.
The Spice Girl joined a list of stars who were chosen by the magazine's new editor Edward Enninful to feature in his historic first issue.
Paul Wetherell / Vogue Victoria Beckham failed to muster up a smile for her latest appearance in British Vogue
But that honour wasn't quite enough to get the fashion designer to flash her rare smile as she is seen posing on her bed.
Victoria, 43, was one of five stars from the British fashion scene who followed back to the places that made them.
The mother-of-four returned to her family home in Hertfordshire and appeared to be snapped on her old bed.
Victoria was happy to slip off her high heels and get into cosy pink two-piece as she perched on the bed for the stylish photograph.
Paul Wetherell / Vogue The Spice Girl joined a list of stars who were chosen by the magazine's new editor Edward Enninful to feature in his historic first issue
Beckham was photographed by Paul Wetherell wearing a pink check pyjama two-piece from her Resort 2018 collection.
Speaking in an accompanying video, the star explained: "My Mum and Dad used to really give me a lot of confidence, I believed that I could achieve anything."
"The support of my family has always been incredible. Whenever I said that I can't do it my Dad just wouldn't hear it."
"'What do you mean you can't do it, why can't you do it?'," she recalls him saying. "And I do that to our children as well. I've never been the sort of person to give up."
Victoria Beckham quizzed about being a Spice Girl by adorable little girls
She added: "When I was a child my bedroom was very pretty. I had Laura Ashley wallpaper and it was very girly."
"My mum's friend used to give me her empty bottles of Coco Chanel and I used to put them on my dressing table."
Getty – Contributor Victoria is famed for her subtle smirk
Edward Enninful, 45, is a former model and stylist who was announced as the new editor of British Vogue in April, after Alexandra Shulman, who edited British Vogue for 25 years, left her post.
Ghanaian-British model Adwoa Aboah is the model who has been unveiled as the cover star for December 2017's edition of UK Vogue.
Adwoa, 25, appears in a 14-page shoot, as well as the cover, and was styled by the new editor-in-chief himself.
As well as a model, Adwoa is also contributing editor at the title (appointed by Edward back in July) and is also an ambassador for the British Fashion Council.
The in-demand Adwoa was even nominated for Model of the Year ahead of December’s leading Fashion Awards.
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CAN'T LOU-SE HIM
'I DID NOT DO IT'
'HE TRIED TO KISS ME'
FROM BEAR TO BARE
15 MONTHS OF HELL
'COOK A FEAST UP THERE'
'I'M A GOOD GUY'
MURDER MOST HORRID
TRAGIC COREY'S STORY
NOT SO SHEENY
- CAN'T LOU-SE HIM
- 'I DID NOT DO IT'
- FEELING LUCKY?
- 'HE TRIED TO KISS ME'
- FROM BEAR TO BARE
- horror CULt
- 15 MONTHS OF HELL
- 'COOK A FEAST UP THERE'
- waltzing off
- SHOCK JOCK
- 'I'M A GOOD GUY'
- TV PICKS
- MURDER MOST HORRID
- keeping mum
- FAMILY HEARTACHE
- DOUBLE TAKE
- TRAGIC COREY'S STORY
- NOT SO SHEENY