Transcript for Victoria Beckham on Being One of Glamour's 'Women of the Year'
This year Marx the 25th anniversary of "Glamour's" women of the year. This year, Rece Witherspoon, misty Copeland, the women of Charleston, sk is, the U.S. Women's soccer team, and this woman, right here, Victoria Beckham. We're happy to welcome her along with editor in chief, Cindy levy. Good morning. Good morning. Congratulations. Tell me what this means to you. This means an enormous amount to me. I love to support and empower women. That's the message tonight. What Cindy and "Glamour" are doing. Just showing women what's possible if we stick together and support each other. So, it means an enormous amount. You're being honored not just for your achievements in fashion design and your achievements around the world, your fill L philanthropy. You're an ambassador for the united nations. It's huge. When U.N. AIDS invited me to be a global goodwill ambassador. It was a huge honor. It's something you I'm passionate about. I'm spending a lot of time in after K Africa. It took me getting to 40 years old to realize I have a powerful voice. People will listen to what I say, for whatever reason. I can make a difference. It means a huge amount. Cindy, I know that tonight's the big celebration. Yes, it is. Looking forward to that. What makes a woman a woman of the year? Well, you know, I think Victoria just articulated a big piece of it. We look for women who are not just doing great things for themselves and certainly, your achievements both as a pop star and a fashion designer would make you woman of the year material. We look for women doing something to make the world a better place for all women. And really for all of us. That idea of, okay, I have been given this platform, now, what am I going to do with it? Women of the year have found an answer to that question. We're talking about the power of women and women helping one another. I want to ask each of you, what was the best advice you got from another woman? Victoria? I was having dinner with Diane Von Furstenberg a few months ago. I have an anonymous amount of respect and admiration for her. I said, when your children were younger and you were working, did you feel guilty? She said no. Absolutely not. It's a waste of time. And energy. It's aging. You're setting a good dpampl. You're a woman, going to work. You're setting a good example. I'm sure lots of women are watching TV thinking, I feel guilty. I've got kids, I'm going to work. Actually, it's a positive message. That's great. To be given to your children and to other women and children as well. Let go of the guilt. I like that. I love that. You know, I thought about a line that Diane sawyer said last year. We interviewed her about robin Roberts when we honored robin as woman of the year. Diane said robin reminded her courage is not the absence of fear. Courage is fear that has said its prayers. You cannot wait until you feel completely bullet-proof and superconfident to do the thing that scares you. You have to do it even though you might be feeling afraid right now. That really stuck can me. It's great advice. Thank you both for being with us. Sharing in the power of so many women. The stories are incredible. Congratulations to you again. Thank you so much, thank you. And the 5th anniversary of quip of the year issue of "Glamour" hits news stands
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