Victoria isn't the only Beckham making headlines this week.
It has just been announced that on January 30, the British fashion designer's husband, David, will add childrenswear to his H&M design repertoire. The model and retired soccer star has created a line of bodywear pieces for young boys, which includes vests, Henley tops, long-johns and shirts, British Vogue.
As with Beckham's adult range, this mini-me collection is inspired by vintage sportswear and has a relaxed vibe about it.
On February 2, just a couple days after this collection is unveiled, Beckham's spring 2014 campaign for H&M will debut during the Super Bowl. The campaign consists of a short film, which was directed by Nicolas Winding Refn and sees Beckham stuck up on a rooftop while he is supposed to be at a photoshoot. In nothing but his underwear, Beckham completes some impressive stunts to get to where he needs to be.
"I loved working with David for his new campaign," said Winding Refn, who also created "Drive" and "Only God Forgives."
"He is a natural in front of the camera and was fearless when performing his own stunts. The campaign is funny, smart and spectacular, and shows the many different sides of David's personality."
According to a press release issued by H&M, "viewers with select Samsung Smart TVs will be able to buy pieces from the new David Beckham Bodywear collection instantly during the Super Bowl through the t-commerce platform."
Beckham's other half also might be making a TV appearance in the near future. After reports surfaced in November that Victoria wanted to make a guest appearance on Lena Dunham's hit TV series "Girls," the creator has finally spoken out about the possibility.
"That shocked me! She didn't say it to me, but she said it in the media, and I was like, 'We'll get to work on that! I'd love to see Victoria Beckham, like, dress it down a little bit, maybe do Victoria Beckham as somebody's adult-education teacher or something. I love her; she's very chic and nice," Dunham said.
Play the video clip below to watch Beckham's campaign video from the 2012 Super Bowl.