Victoria Beckham's changing appearance has been the subject of feverish speculation for years, as she and husband David turned Brand Beckham into a multimillion-pound empire.
But she sparked outrage and confusion in October 2019 when she insisted she hadn't gone under the knife... despite two years earlier admitting she'd had at least one boob job.
Speaking to This Morning last year, the mum of four said: "I haven't been tempted by a cosmetic procedure, but never say never. It's whatever makes anybody feel good about themselves. I would rather celebrate who I am and be the best version of myself rather than change too much."
However, in 2017 the 46-year-old fashion mogul confessed to Vogue that she'd spent years fibbing about the procedures she'd undergone.
"I should probably say, don't mess with your boobs. All those years I denied it – stupid. A sign of insecurity. Just celebrate what you’ve got," she said back then.
But what else has contributed to her changing looks over the years?
A surgeon at MYA Cosmetic Surgery explains: "Victoria has previously discussed her surgical breast enlargement. A breast enlargement aims to increase the size, shape or fullness of the breast using an implant.
"I would assume that Victoria has since had a removal and re-augmentation and requested them to be of a more natural shape with more upper fullness while keeping in portion to her frame. This can be achieved in many ways depending on the patient's current breast tissue and surgeon recommendation with the choice of implant shape, size and placement of the implants during surgery. The average price of this procedure is between Sh670k to Sh940k (£5,000 and £7,000).
"Breast shape and size can also change throughout a woman's life for reasons like puberty, weight loss, weight gain and pregnancy.
"Victoria has most likely had Botox to her forehead and glabella (in between the eyebrows) as you can see she has a smooth forehead, lifted eyebrow arches and a limited frown and expressions. The treatment normally lasts between three and six months, and as muscle action gradually returns, the lines and wrinkles begin to reappear and need to be treated again.
"The procedure can give the appearance of smoother, more youthful skin or can be used as a preventative measure to slow the appearance of wrinkles.
"It is possible that Victoria has had the non-surgical treatment of dermal fillers to her cheeks, often referred to as cheek fillers. Dermal fillers can be used in this area to re-introduce structure and volume along the cheekbone, just like in Victoria's case.
"Dermal filler can also be used to plump up skin sections as plumpness can be lost with the natural ageing process that both men and women go through. The procedure replaces soft tissue while filling in wrinkles and skin folds. Fillers can range in price depending on the area and amount used - usually between £150 and £500 per session."