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David Beckham puts on loved-up display with wife Victoria after Rebecca Loos' fresh revelation about affair

Rebecca Loos was the Beckhams’ assistant in 2003

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Faye James
Faye JamesSenior Editor
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David Beckham, 48, and his wife, Victoria, also 48, couldn’t be more in sync, displaying a warmth that seemed to radiate even brighter against the backdrop of revived controversies surrounding their marriage.

A picture-perfect Instagram post captured Victoria sitting comfortably on David’s lap, her signature little black dress accentuating her grace while David’s protective hand rested on her thigh. 

This was no ordinary family dinner. Joining them were their eldest son, Brooklyn, 24, his wife Nicola Peltz, 28, and a few more renowned faces, including football legends Lionel Messi and Sergio Busquets.

Victoria’s joy was evident in her posts. Sharing a snap of David with Brooklyn and Messi, she captioned it: “Makes me so happy.” Their camaraderie was apparent, with Brooklyn playfully embracing his wife as they left the chic Miami Beach restaurant.

Victoria and David put on a loved up display amid controversies surrounding their marriage© Instagram
Victoria and David put on a loved up display amid controversies surrounding their marriage

Amidst the festive atmosphere, previous tensions seemed to have dissipated. Victoria, who was once rumoured to be at odds with daughter-in-law Nicola over 2022 wedding plans, appeared more than friendly, wrapping an arm around the American actress. 

Their table also welcomed Messi’s wife, Antonela Roccuzzo, and Busquets’ partner, Elena Galera.

Victoria Beckham holds son Romeo beside David Beckham's PA Rebecca Loos (L) during the Spanish Primera Liga match between Real Madrid in 2003© Shaun Botterill
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Complementing Victoria's sizzling mini dress, David sported an unbuttoned shirt paired with tailored trousers. Their coordinated style not only made heads turn but also seemed to convey a united front, especially given the timing of their outing.

Just days prior, Rebecca Loos, David’s former PA, rehashed stories of an alleged affair with him in an exclusive interview with The Mail On Sunday. 

Rebecca Loos © Martin Doyle
Rebecca Loos says she is the scapegoat

The Beckhams have weathered numerous storms since their wedding in 1999. However, the past came flooding back almost two decades after Rebecca's explosive revelations.

 David's documentary, BECKHAM, brought the issue back to the forefront, with Victoria addressing for the first time the anguish she felt in the scandal's aftermath.

In the documentary, Victoria detailed the aftermath as the 'hardest' period of her life, admitting that she felt they no longer "had each other." 

David and Victoria's relationship timeline

David Beckham and Victoria Beckham wearing black and smiling for the cameras at the British Fashion Awards 2015© Anthony Harvey

1997 – The couple meet in the Manchester United players' lounge – and it is reportedly love at first sight.

1998  – David pops the question on 25 January with a three-carat, marquise-cut sparkler from Boodle and Dunthorpe.

1999 –  The duo tie the knot in July, four months after the arrival of their first child, Brooklyn.

2002 – Second son Romeo is born in London on 1 September.

2003 – Allegations of an affair between David and his PA, Rebecca Loos, surface

2005 – Third son Cruz is born on 20 February.

2011 – First daughter, Harper Seven, is born on 10 July.

2017 – Eighteen years after they married, the couple renew their wedding vows in January.

David, on the other hand, expressed his uncertainty about navigating through the 2003 turmoil but emphasized the couple’s determination to "fight for their family". 

Their marriage, which has always been in the public eye, felt particularly strained during that phase.

Reacting to the documentary, Rebecca’s emotions swung between irritation and annoyance. “It's all, 'poor me'. He needs to take responsibility,” she remarked, suggesting that the documentary painted David as the victim while casting doubts on her credibility. 

She felt that David's comments indirectly made her the scapegoat for Victoria's distress. “He is indirectly suggesting that I'm the one who has made Victoria suffer,” she added.

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