Won't that be exicting. And to what do we owe the pleasure? She just wants to say "hi" to her Irish fans and there's nought wrong with that.

According to Irish Independent's Fashion Editor, Barbara Power, Brown Thomas was one of "the first nine stores in the world to buy into Victoria Beckham's fashion vision" so she wants to pay them a visit to say thanks for cladding such Irish bodies as Jane Given and Claudine Keane.

Victoria is rather keen on Ireland, and not just 'cause "customers raced to pre-order her €1,200-plus dresses before they hit the shop rails"; she got married here in 1998. I'd totally forgotten that too. She got herself hitched to David Beckham in Luttrellstown Castle on July 4th 1999.

To put it another way, Posh and Becks got married in Clonsilla. Mad innit.

Back to the matter at hand, next Wednesday "Victoria will meet more than 50 supporters who shop each season for her two clothing collections. The special customer event will include a fashion show featuring €1,200-€2,500 dresses from Victoria's mainline autumn-winter 2012 collection and there will be an installation of dresses from her newer, less expensive label, 'Victoria, Victoria Beckham' where prices start at €450."


Things kick off at 12pm, but if you're going to try sneak a gander best get their a bit earlier, like 11.30am.