Victoria Beckham’s sister Louise Adams ‘takes vital £13-an-hour Covid testing centre role’

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According to a report, Victoria Beckham’s sister, Louise Adams, 43, has taken a £13-£19-an-hour job at a coronavirus testing site in Essex, three years after the closure of her clothing store, Hidden Closet. Posh Spice, 46, is thought to be worth a joint £769 million with footballer husband David Beckham, 45. Louise was reportedly pictured in a high-vis jacket directing cars into a testing centre.

It’s just a stark contrast between the two girls, who are still very close

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Despite having a similar upbringing in Harlow, the lives of sister’s Victoria and Louise seemingly couldn’t be more different.

While the former runs her £100 million fashion line from multiple homes around the world, her sibling has a much more down to earth job in her native Essex.

While she won’t be administering the Covid vaccine, Louise’s new gig is said to be paid between £13-£19.

The important role is a far cry from her sister’s sunny Miami lifestyle which the Beckham family are currently enjoying, after they flew out to the States on New Year’s Eve to meet Brooklyn’s fiancee’s family and for David to work on his football team, Inter Miami.

Speaking about Louise’s new job, a source said: “It’s just a stark contrast between the two girls, who are still very close.

“Obviously they came from exactly the same background but clearly things have gone in different directions.”

They continued to The Sun: “But fair play to Louise for what she’s doing.

“It’s vital work at the moment and clearly she’s happy to get stuck in and earn an honest living, while also doing some real good on the Covid frontline.”

Previous to her new gig on the frontline of the pandemic, Louise followed in her older sister’s footsteps and started a clothing store.

However, it closed just two years after it opened.

In March 2018, Hidden Closet was pictured bare and empty, just four weeks after her sister showcased a £2,500 dress from the SS18 Victoria Beckham collection.

Sources close to the former store owner claimed that she had her hands full with her four children and couldn’t juggle managing it at the same time.

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The insider said: “They are closing it down as her and the friend that she opened it with are too busy with their kids.

“They tried out a couple of people to run it on their behalf but as I understand that didn’t work out.”

The budget fashion entrepreneur’s store opened in November 2016 and at the time, Louise revealed the differences between her and her sister’s clothing ranges.

Speaking to the Daily Mail, she said: “Of course there’s a massive, massive difference [between her shop and her sister’s].

“We have budgets to spend on clothes.”

She continued: “We obviously sell more affordable clothing.”

The similarities between the two sisters doesn’t end at their love for fashion.

Like Victoria, Louise also has four children, but unlike her sister the Essex native has been divorced twice.

Express.co.uk has reached out to Louise Adams for comment.

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