Victoria Beckham Guest Edits Christmas Issue of Vogue Paris, Shares Cover With Hubby David

rs_293x381-131129100334-634.French-Vogue-Beckham-David-Victoria.jl.112913Avert your eyes if you don’t want to feel guilty about overindulging on Thanksgiving!

Victoria and David Beckham are absolutely stunning together on the December/January cover of Vogue Paris. The gorgeous couple struck a tender pose for photographers Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin and the results were so gorge that the magazine made two special covers for the issue.

And Beckham isn’t just the cover model.

She also served as the December issue’s guest editor of the esteemed magazine, which gives the mother-of-four’s fans a sneak peek into her glamorous life, from behind-the-scenes at her Spring/Summer fashion show to tea time with her chic friends Marc Jacobs and Valentino Garavani.

Of course, her gorgeous hubby was at her side the entire time she worked on the issue, the magazine notes.

“Being asked to be the guest editor of the Christmas issue of Vogue Paris this year was an incredible honor,” Beckham said in a statement.”Working with Emmanuelle Alt and her team was both exciting and inspiring and I am so proud of what we have created.”

And because it’s the Christmas issue, Beckham, 39, will share personal holiday memories, including family photos and some of her children’s drawings.

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