A new report suggests that Victoria Beckham ‘feels guilty and annoyed’ over the news that her son Brooklyn was dropped from a Superdry ambassadorship. The deal was supposed to boost Brooklyn’s profile and help him secure a Superdry and Gucci endorsement, which was allegedly helped by his mother. According to the article, Victoria choked up during her address to guests at an event where she was present.
Victoria Beckham ‘choked up as he addressed guests
David and Victoria Beckham, both infamous for their moody pouts, were recently pictured together at the final game of David Beckham’s career. Victoria, the former Spice Girl, and their kids, including Brooklyn, were in the audience. Victoria appeared to tear up during the speech, crying on the sidelines as their husband addressed the guests. He later thanked fans for their support and expressed gratitude on Twitter. Victoria also shared a photo of her husband topless, showing off his newfound freedom.
The couple wed in 1999 at Luttrellstown Castle, outside Dublin, where their firstborn son Brooklyn served as ring bearer. Guests included the Spice Girls and Elton John, as well as George Michael and Victoria’s teammates. Victoria wore a strapless Vera Wang dress with an 18-karat gold tiara designed by Princess Diana’s jeweler. After the ceremony, Victoria and David changed into eggplant purple outfits for the reception. They then announced their pregnancy in September 2002.
David and Victoria Beckham reportedly remained committed to each other despite the rumors of their alleged affair. The couple recently moved into a $22 million mansion in Beverly Hills, where Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise hosted a housewarming party. David and Victoria also addressed the rumors that he was cheating on Victoria with a woman named Sharon Bell. The Beckhams recently addressed the affair, revealing that David inspired the fashion label’s menswear line.
Brooklyn is always’ discussing his career plan with his parents
Brooklyn Beckham ‘always’ discusses his career plan with his parents, according to his wife, Nicola. His mother Victoria explains to her son the importance of working your way up the business world, but he refused to listen. He claims that he didn’t want to sign with Superdry because Victoria pressured him into it, but Victoria reveals that he’s ‘always’ discussing his plans with his parents.
In addition to working at a coffee shop, Brooklyn studied photography in New York and won a scholarship. Brooklyn studied photography at Parsons School of Design and published his first book at the age of 17. He subsequently shot the Burberry Brit fragrance campaign and snapped pictures backstage at Victoria Beckham’s runway shows. His parents are very proud of him, and Brooklyn’s book received many positive reviews.
The relationship between Beckham and Ferguson deteriorated during the early 2000s. Beckham had other commitments outside of football and was given permission to miss training to care for his son, Brooklyn. Later, he was photographed with his wife, Victoria, at a London Fashion Week event, and Ferguson was enraged. Beckham was then dropped for the crucial match against Leeds United and was fined two weeks’ wages.
David Beckham is’ always’ discussing his career plan with his parents
The young David Beckham ‘always’ discussed his career plan with his parents, according to reports. Beckham, who earns PS40,000 a day from the commercialization of his brand, is well aware that his conduct sets a great example for his children. His father, a gas fitter, is still in the business of helping people. The family values and work ethic are the roots of Beckham’s success.
He is a stick-thin teenager who grew up playing soccer. But despite being a lanky boy, Beckham developed unbelievable stamina, completing every level of a beep test. He also practiced curling free-kicks, which eventually became his trademark move. His parents were happy to hear that Beckham was so determined to become a soccer star.
Although Beckham is not a member of the United Football Club, he still has a close relationship with his parents. His father Ted, a heating engineer, helped spearhead his career as a footballer. He even made David’s balls out of rolled-up socks while he was a toddler. His parents’ support paid off when he signed with Manchester United as a schoolboy.