Rebecca Loos has appeared to ignore the David Beckham affair rumours resurfacing, as she takes to Instagram to share updates on her life.
The former glamour model, 46, has hit headlines after the Beckham documentary on Netflix features Victoria Beckham breaking silence on the alleged scandal.
The four-episode series follows the legendary footballer’s life and career as he and Posh were plummeted into fame.
But along with the highs came the lows, including Becks admitting he was left ‘clinically depressed’ and the pair discussing how hard the cheating rumours were on their marriage.
In 2004, Rebecca claimed she had an affair with David, while working as his personal assistant at the time.
She claimed at the time that he was an ‘amazing lover’ and that they ‘couldn’t keep their hands off each other’, and said: ‘I think the chemistry between David and I was so strong.’
David has always denied the scandalous rumours, calling them ‘ludicrous’, while Rebecca has yet to address them resurfacing, though she did hint that she wants people to move on.
After liking a comment asking people to ‘get over it’, Rebecca has now shared an update on Instagram.
The former reality TV star, who once appeared on the cover of Playboy and the likes of The Farm and Celebrity Love Island, now lives in Norway with her husband – who she met while filming a TV show – and their two sons.
Sharing a video on Instagram today, Rebecca wrote: ‘Yesterday we trained in how to handle “Sudden Life Threatening Violence” in Healthcare.
‘Inspiring day with great people. Teamwork is everything!!’
The yoga teacher continued with a second clip marking her early morning, as she stepped outside into the snow.
Smiling in the clip, she wrote: ‘Hello Winter! Early as usual.’
This comes after Rebecca shared some clips of her new makeover, as she got all glammed up as the documentary aired.
After advertising one of her yoga classes, Rebecca took to Instagram on Tuesday, while Posh and Becks were at the world premiere of the new show, to share her new hairdo.
She said: ‘Right guys, I’m done, check it out, nice and healthy, smooth and relaxed. It feels really good to look after your hair, it’s important!’
Back in 2004, Rebecca claimed David was an ‘amazing lover’ and that they ‘couldn’t keep their hands off each other’.
She said, according to reports: ‘We were just locked into each other all night conversation-wise, other people noticed… we just connected.
‘I think the chemistry between David and I was so strong… people were aware and they weren’t very happy.’
‘He knows how to please. He’s not afraid of a woman’s body. He seems to know what he’s doing,’ Rebecca added.
In 2021, Rebecca recalled telling her story to Closer magazine, saying: ‘I just felt the need to be truthful.
‘Whether you’ve done something that’s right or wrong, it was kind of just eating me up. I was living a lie and keeping secrets.
‘Max Clifford [former celebrity agent] said to me he’d negotiate an exclusive with the newspaper and that if I was willing to tell absolutely all the juicy details, then I would get up to five or six hundred thousand pounds. Ridiculous money.’
‘People said I was mad, who was this guy? I hardly knew him, what on earth was I doing? But look at everything I have now, I am so happy. I have no regrets, I am so happy with my life now,’ she later told The Daily Mail.
‘But many people are so afraid of change. Change is good, change is how you learn, people should just f**king go for it.’
She continued: ‘I like the way my life has taken me. If I hadn’t been famous, I would not have been invited on the TV show where I met my husband Sven and had my lovely boys. I would not have had the life I have now.’
Talking about the affair scandal, Rebecca added: ‘I took a lot of wrong decisions, and got talked in to a lot of things. Of course if I could go back in time I might change some things, but wouldn’t everyone? I have no regrets.’
Beckham is available to watch on Netflix.
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