Victoria Beckham took to Instagram to share a slew of snaps as she and husband David attended a swanky event in Miami on Saturday.
The couple, who wed in 1999, appeared more loved up than ever, despite Rebecca Loos recently speaking out on her affair with the former England captain.
Victoria, 49, looked sensational in chic black mini dress and flaunted her long toned legs as she sat on her other half’s lap at the launch of pal David Grutman’s new restaurant Casadonna.
David, 48, also opted for an all black ensemble and rolled up his shirt sleeves to show off his infamous tattoo collection.
The pair, who share four children, posed for snaps alongside entrepreneur David, 49, his wife Isabela and supermodel Winnie Harlow, 29.
Big night: Victoria Beckham, 49, took to Instagram to share a slew of snaps as she and husband David, 48, attended a swanky event in Miami on Saturday (R-L) David, Victoria, David Grutman and his wife Isabela
Party time: The couple (centre) appeared more loved up than ever, despite Rebecca Loos recently speaking out on her affair with the former England captain
Posh captioned the post: ‘Fun in Miami!! Congratulations @DavidGrutman on your new opening @CasaDonnaMiami! Kisses xx’.
It comes after Rebecca Loos spoke out on her affair with David the Beckham’s documentary aired.
It is almost 20 years since his former aide detonated a media frenzy like no other when she went public with details of their relationship.
It didn’t draw much of a response from Beckham at the time. So not for a second did she think he would address the subject – albeit obliquely – after so long.
Yet attracting record-breaking viewing figures, Beckham’s self-titled Netflix series ‘tells the inside story of a global football star and cultural icon’ with no subject ‘off the table’ – even the affair.
But as Rebecca notes, David isn’t exactly put on the spot about it. Instead he is simply asked how he dealt with the ‘multiple tabloid stories’ it spawned.
Without referencing the liaison directly or admitting guilt – or indeed anything remotely inappropriate – he said the stories were ‘horrible’ and left him ‘feeling sick every day’.
Rebecca, 47, said: ‘It’s all, “poor me”. He needs to take responsibility,’
Pose: Victoria (R) looked sensational in chic black mini dress at the launch of pal David Grutman’s new restaurant Casadonna (pictured with Isabela Grutman (L)
Stars: The pair, who share four children, posed for snaps alongside entrepreneur David, 49, his wife Isabela and supermodel Winnie Harlow , 29 (L-R) Winnie Harlow, Victoria Beckham, Isabela Grutman
Night out: Posh captioned the post: ‘Fun in Miami!! Congratulations @DavidGrutman on your new opening @CasaDonnaMiami! Kisses xx’
‘He can say whatever he likes of course and I understand he has an image to preserve, but he is portraying himself as the victim and he’s making me look like a liar, like I’ve made up these stories.
‘He is indirectly suggesting that I’m the one who has made Victoria suffer.’
In truth, she would have rather he hadn’t spoken at all about what was, for her, a life-changing episode. To her mind, it was buried.
Long since happily married with two children, she has lived for the past 14 years in blissful obscurity in Norway where she teaches yoga and works as a medical assistant.
‘It’s not like England here, it’s much less judgmental,’ she says. ‘I used to get people coming up to me in Waitrose, right in my face, taking pictures of me with their mobiles.
‘Here people are cool about it. They don’t care. Most of them [Norwegian friends] say, ‘Well, I was with a married man once and I did this…’ It’s like everyone has done something at some point.’
Not with married men as famous as Beckham though. And few would have faced as much opprobrium as Rebecca, the privately-educated Spanish-born diplomat’s daughter dubbed a ‘sleazy senorita’ and portrayed as sex-obsessed. She doubts whether society would judge a woman ‘so harshly’ today.
Now, because of the documentary, she has been dragged back into the limelight.
And despite living in the mountains, she is not beyond harassment, though reflecting different times, it now takes a new form – vicious trolling on social media.
Sitting in a quiet corner of a hotel in the centre of Oslo, Rebecca watches Beckham expressing wonder at how he and Victoria ‘got through’ the scandal and how he managed to drag himself to training with Real Madrid.
He laments the intense pressure placed on their marriage.
And so the tightly-controlled film, made by his own production company, goes on, asking of Beckham no awkward questions but bathing him in a warm, sympathy-inducing glow.
Seeing his wife hurt, he says, was ‘incredibly difficult’. His eyes moisten. Rebecca has seen enough and turns away. This in fact is her second viewing.
‘Yes, the stories were horrible, but they’re true,’ she says. ‘He talks in the documentary about this ultimately being his private life, shutting it down.