The singer-turned-fashion designer - who has sons Brooklyn, 12, Romeo, nine, and six-year-old Cruz, plus seven-month-old daughter Harper with husband David Beckham - hasn`t ruled out having more kids in future but doesn`t want to miss any moments in her other children`s lives.
She said: I love being a mum and my children are my priority.
"The thing is I`m not against having more children. I feel lucky having the kids I have and I guess I do like beingpregnant. But definitely not just yet. I want to enjoy the kids I`ve got right now. Our entire lives are planned around their lives. We don`t want to miss anything in their lives. Ever."
Victoria, 37, caused concern last week when she appeared pale and tired and she admits she has found it difficult combining work with family life following Harper`s birth.
She said in an interview with the Daily Mirror newspaper: "I`m not going to lie about it, I`m tired. I`m really tired but I`m also very happy with my life.
"I`m basically just like any woman who`s working and has lots of children - it`s tough.
"I`m not getting much sleep at all. Harper`s not sleeping that great, and I`ve been taking Skype business calls throughout the night too because of the collections. I`m up with the baby as all mums are and I wouldn`t have it any other way. There`s not a team of people doing it for me.
"It`s actually been crazy. I had Harper, I was working on the collection and I was straight back into it. I took a lot on board. I`m tired. You can`t look your best all the time."
Despite being known for her slender frame, Victoria insists she has been in no hurry to get her figure back since giving birth last July.
She said: "After Harper arrived I did work out to get my body back but -quickly stopped.
"I guess once Harper finally starts sleeping all the way through the night then I will start working out again.
"I feel better mentally and I feel more with it. I`m actually craving being on a treadmill and maybe doing a bit of yoga."