Beckham’s emotional apology to kids: Sorry about dad’s moves

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NEW YORK, Oct 9, (Agencies): David Beckham has issued an apology to his four children – Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz, and Harper – for his “dad dance moves” following their attendance at the after-party for the London premiere of his new Netflix documentary, “Beckham.”

Taking to Instagram, David posted a photo of himself and his wife Victoria dancing on the dancefloor and captioned it: “Still making her laugh with my dancing 26 years on, love you @victoriabeckham& thank you for being there for Dad last night kiddies @brooklynpeltzbeckham @romeobeckham @cruzbeckham #HarperSeven.” He humorously added, “Sorry about dad’s moves.”

The snapshot was taken after the entire family, including Brooklyn, 24, and his wife Nicola, Romeo, 21, and girlfriend Mia Regan, Cruz, 18, and Harper, 12, attended the star-studded premiere event.

Following a preview of the documentary’s first episode, which delves into David Beckham’s illustrious 20-year football career and the rise of the Brand Beckham phenomenon following his marriage to Victoria in 1999, Victoria herself shared intimate photos from the post-premiere celebrations. In a rare display of her natural smile, she shared the same picture, writing, “Still making me laugh, and I’m still teaching @davidbeckham to dance. We all love you so much and are so proud of you.”

The four-part documentary not only celebrates David’s legacy as one of Britain’s greatest football players but also examines the evolution of Brand Beckham. It touches on the alleged affair he had with former personal assistant Rebecca Loos, during which David became emotional when recalling the challenging period when he moved to Spain to play for Real Madrid.

David, 48, revealed, “When I first moved to Spain, it was difficult because I had been part of a club and a family for my whole career, from the age of 15 until I was 27 years old. I get sold overnight, and the next minute I’m in a city, and I don’t speak the language. More importantly, I didn’t have my family.”

“Up until Madrid sometimes, it felt like us against everybody else. But we were together, we were connected, we had each other. But when we were in Spain, it didn’t really feel like we had each other either. And that’s sad.”

While David does not directly address the affair, he shared, “Victoria is everything to me. To see her hurt was incredibly difficult. But we’re fighters and at that time we needed to fight for each other, we needed to fight for our family. And what we had was worth fighting for. But ultimately, it’s our private life.”

On October 6, Dutch model Rebecca Loos, now residing in Norway, broke her social media silence but refrained from acknowledging the documentary. She simply shared a clip of the snowfall outside her home and commented, “Hello Winter! Early as usual.”

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