VICTORIA Beckham has been forced to tighten her designer belt as her fashion empire continues to flounder.
Posh, whose firm recently recorded losses of more than £12million, is taking drastic measures to save cash.
She has been told she can no longer employ a chauffeur, meaning she has to drive herself to work or take a taxi.
And from next year her HQ in Hammersmith, West London, will no longer be decorated with scores of plant pots.
Two of the former Spice Girl’s aides, communications director Jo Milloy and head of brand PR Ruth Davies, have also quit.
In another desperate measure, Victoria, 45, has even offered to take a pay cut as she battles to save the business.
A store insider said: “Things are going from bad to worse for poor Posh.
“The chauffeur has gone, she’s now driving herself or getting Addison Lees, and the designer plants are on the way out as their upkeep is too dear.
“Victoria is gutted but she’s put everything into her fashion empire and won’t give up without a fight.”
A Companies House report last month showed the firm had recorded a £12.2million loss for the previous year — bringing losses over 11 years to £42million.