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Designer Tees to 'Free Becks' from pushy Posh!
Washington | April 04, 2007 12:11:15 PM IST
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It seems Posh's pushy behaviour has put her in the same league as Tom Cruise who is thought to be dominating his wife Katie Holmes, for a US designer has launched a campaign to persuade David Beckham to leave wife Victoria in England.

T-shirts emblazoned with the slogan 'Free Becks' have gone on sale in a bid to persuade the soccer star to leave Victoria at home when he joins Los Angeles Galaxy this summer.

The clothes have been designed by Sheila Cameron, who was behind a similar clothing campaign to "free" Katie Holmes from her husband Tom Cruise.

The T-shirts also carry the message 'Keep Posh' in smaller font, in an apparent plea to her home country.

"Becks is popular over here but Posh is seen as a bit pushy and not really in the same league. It's all a bit tongue in cheek but I don't know if Victoria will see the funny side," a source was quoted by Hollywoodrag, as saying.

Cameron has also designed anti-Posh tracksuit tops, a 'Free Becks' dog outfit and baby bibs, all of which are available on the website http://www.FreeBecks.com. (ANI)

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