Being Victoria Beckham is a tough job. But then somebody has to do it.
Unfortunately for lookalike Esther Adams, it's getting tougher every day.
The 31-year- old mother of two has made a living pretending to be Posh for several years.
But instead of being swamped by adoring fans and swooning admirers she finds herself fending off accusations that she has an eating disorder. Or is too high and mighty. Or just downright annoying.
People in the street have even started calling out 'Imposhter' as she goes by.
And her two children, Lewis, 13, and Katie, 11, have been teased at school.
But Mrs Adams - who incidentally shares Mrs Beckham's maiden name - is determined to rise above the negativity.
After all, it apparently pays quite well. 'I've been tempted to call my agents and resign, but at the end of the day it's such a great job,' she said.
'I only have to do a couple of days' work to earn what someone else might earn in a month, and I can spend the rest of the my time with Lewis and Katie.'
She said she first became aware that she had what Posh had while working as a dancer in a nightclub.
'Customers started telling me how much I looked like Posh, and that I should become a lookalike,' she said.
'At the time, I was a single mum and struggling financially, so I contacted some agents and was soon being booked to open clubs and appear in magazines.
'I could earn between £18,000 and £20,000 a year.' It wasn't until two years ago that the Posh popularity started to wane.
Mrs Adams appeared in a local paper opening a charity event - which led to a stream of abusive emails to the newspaper's website.
One emailer wrote: 'Who does she think she is?' Another stated: 'She's a joker! She's a wannabe!'
One person wrote: 'I knew she was starving herself to look like Posh, how sad. Does she not realise she looks hideous?'
'When I read the comments, I shook with anger,' said Mrs Adams, who at 5ft 5in weighs nine stone and insists she has a healthy balanced diet.
'My friends were horrified when I told them about the grief I was getting over the job, but they encouraged me to stick at it.'
Even those in her home town of Clacton-on-Sea, Essex, seem to have tired of her dressing up as David Beckham's wife and driving around in a convertible.
'At first, I think people really thought I was Posh, but when they realised it was just me, they started shouting: "Imposhter! Who do you think you are?''' she said.
'One woman threw a lit cigarette at me and it bounced off my jacket.'
Mrs Adams said her husband Brett, 29, a personal trainer, remains a fan - but of her rather than Posh. 'He thinks I'm prettier,' she said.