Victoria Beckham shares UNSEEN snaps of Eva Longoria’s wedding


Fashionistas, rejoice!

Victoria Beckham has taken to social media to share some previously unseen candid photos from BFF Eva Longoria’s Mexican wedding, and we are all OVER them.

The behind the scene pics show the former Spice Girl helping the stunning bride into her wedding dress – a figure hugging white gown which Victoria herself designed.

A second image shows the designer helping a giggling Longoria into her shoes as she prepared to marry businessman, José Bastón, in a sunset ceremony which took place just over a week ago in the lakeside town Valle de Bravo.

In an interview with Hello! magazine, the former Desperate Housewives star explained just how big a role Victoria played in her big day.

She said: “I asked Victoria to do my dress because I wanted it to be special and made with love – and I knew that Victoria would make it with love.”

The newlywed also revealed that Victoria was one of her witnesses: “She signed the paper that says ‘I was here’ – so it was a Victoria Beckham wedding.”

The intimate ceremony was attended by a number of well-known guests including Ricky Martin, Mario Lopez and, of course, the Beckhams, who the bride befriended while David was playing for the LA Galaxy soccer team.

Eva, who has been married twice before, told Hello! that Victoria is one of her best friends and by the looks of those pics she really is.

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