Published: Thu, June 14, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Laurence Reese

Victoria Beckham laughs off rumours of divorcing husband David

Victoria Beckham laughs off rumours of divorcing husband David

When Victoria Beckham saw the social media rumours about her marriage at the weekend, she jokingly asked husband David, in America: "Are you divorcing me?"

The pair met at a charity football match at Old Trafford in Manchester in 1997 and just a year later the couple were engaged after David got down on one knee to pop the question at a dinner.

Victoria was dressed in a flowing white midi dress for the couple's first public outing together since the Royal Wedding on May 19, adding a pop of colour with her yellow heels.

David and Victoria Beckham
David and Victoria Beckham

Looks like the Beckham fortress is as strong as ever.

Soccer legend David Beckham has a collection with Ken & Curwen, and he has collaborated with the brand several times over the years.

Former member of Spice Girls, and now successful designer Victoria Beckham in response to the rumors posted on his page in Instagram fresh photos from the family archive, it radiates happiness and love.

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Despite the fact that the married pair arrived separately at the fashion event, they stayed together for the rest of it.

In the said pic, her husband puts his arms around the group, his right hand resting on Victoria's shoulder as she holds onto him affectionately. "There is no impending statement, no divorce!" the Beckhams' rep told People. It is all very freaky and an embarrassing waste of time'. The couple says that social sites such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram have helped to propagate untrue divorce rumors, but for the most part, they seem unfazed by the claims.

Victoria, 44 and David, 43, married in a lavish ceremony in 1999 and share four children together, Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz and Harper.

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"What nonsense. Journalist Chinese whispers and fake news fuelled by social media".

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