Victoria Beckham has angered some of her fans in the LGBTQ+ community after plugging an expensive £90 t-shirt in aid of gay pride.
The 46 year old, who was recently slammed by trolls for sharing a picture of her daughter Harper wearing a school uniform during lockdown, took to her Instagram feed to share a selfie to announce the launch.
The brunette beauty looked stunning in the snaps, where she could be seen wearing the £95 white T-shirt with a logo on the front, which reads: ‘Listen Without Prejudice’ – a reference to the 1990 George Michael album of the same name.
In the captioned, the former Spice Girls star explained that the T-shirt is the product of a collaboration with charity AKT, which aims to support “LGBTQ+ young people facing homelessness or living in a hostile environment”.
Victoria, whose husband David, 45, recently compared her to Ross Geller from the sitcom Friends, wrote: “I’ve always felt a deep connection to the LGBTQ+ community and am proud to help support their continued message of positive change and inclusivity.
“My Pride t-shirt this year features the name of @georgemofficial’s iconic 1990 album, released exactly 30 years ago and used with the blessing of his estate.