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Victoria Beckham to Go Under the Knife

Former Spice girl Victoria Beckham is reportedly planning to undergo a foot surgery .

According to a source, the 33-year-old has suffered a lot because of her painful bunions and has decided to get rid of them by operation.

'Victoria has had enough of having bad feet and has made some early-stage enquiries about having her rather unpleasant bunions removed," the Daily Mail quoted the source, as saying.

"They are causing her a considerable amount of pain, so much so that she thinks the only thing to do is to have surgery. She knows the operation is unpleasant and she will be out of action for a while, but she thinks it may be worth it," the source said.

"It is something she will probably have done in the States when the family is fully settled in LA."

Posh Spice, whose bunions were noticed when she was seen in a pair of spiked Mulberry sandals, insisted that her stylish stilettos have given her the problem.

"I always wear stilettos but they have given me awful feet," Beckham said.

The singer revealed that the secret behind her donning the high heeled footwear was to cover up her 'horrid' feet which she 'hates'.

"I hate my feet, they are the most disgusting thing about me. Part of the reason I wear such amazing shoes is to take the eye away from my horrid feet and on to the stunning shoes," she said.


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