Victoria Beckham, known to millions as Posh, has revealed her second nickname - Beaujolais.
Beckham has also spoken about the couple's spending
Friends have given her the name because she is believed to be the inspiration for the character Chardonnay Lane in ITV1's Footballers' Wives.
Chardonnay, played by Susie Amy, is the glamorous but dim wife of a star
footballer in the popular drama series.
In an interview for forthcoming BBC One programme Tabloid Tales, Beckham says:
"My hairdresser calls me Beaujolais."
The 28-year-old singer is also seen being interviewed by Daily Mirror editor Piers Morgan about reports
that she and husband David had bought an island off the coast of Essex.
Actress Susie Amy plays footballer's wife Chardonnay Lane
Beckham replies: "There
isn't a coast in Essex, is there?"
Then, realising her mistake, she adds: "I said the most stupid thing just now,
didn't I? I'm not going to say it again, I know there is a coast in Essex."
She also uses the interview to deny some of the stories about the
Beckhams' spending habits.
They were reported to have spent £20,000 on a nursery for
son Brooklyn at "Beckingham Palace", their mansion in Sawbridgeworth, Herts.
But Beckham says they had spent just £250 on the room.
Twenty grand on a kid's room, ten grand on a birthday party - behave yourself
She tells the programme: "I'll tell you how much that room cost, OK - that was the only room that
didn't need redecorating because it already had all the nice paintings round the
"So I probably paid about £100 for the carpet and about £150 for a kid's
"Twenty thousand pounds doing a kid's room, don't be bloody stupid. Twenty grand on a kid's room, ten grand on a birthday party - behave yourself."
She also denies having had breast enhancement or collagen injections in
She says she is "completely natural" except for her nails and hair
Her mother, Jackie Adams, also reveals on the programme that son-in-law David has a phobia of birds.
Reports that he had taken up falcon training could not be true, she said,
because "he's terrified of birds. Terrified. Sorry, David".
Tabloid Tales, a six-part documentary, begins on BBC One on 29 April.