Former Spice Girls member Victoria Beckham has recently disclosed that her husband, David Beckham, opted for discreet parking lot dates in the early stages of their relationship at the recommendation of their manager.
This revelation coincides with the release of a teaser trailer for the upcoming four-part Netflix docuseries titled “Beckham,” set to premiere on October 4th. The documentary delves into David Beckham’s life journey, spanning from his childhood to his illustrious athletic career, while also shedding light on his enduring romance with Victoria.
The love story between David and Victoria Beckham began in 1997 when they first crossed paths at one of David’s Manchester United soccer matches. David reminisced about their initial encounter in a February 2020 interview on “The Tonight Show,” revealing that they engaged in a meaningful conversation for about an hour in the players’ lounge.
On that day, Victoria took the train to the match and inscribed her phone number on her train ticket, a keepsake David still holds dear.
Victoria Beckham herself penned an article in British Vogue, reflecting on their early connection. She described David as someone who stood apart from his fellow football players, often spending time with his family rather than joining his teammates at the bar.
Victoria found his smile charming and felt a strong sense of similarity between them, a sentiment that would lead to David asking for her phone number, a request that was recorded on the London-to-Manchester plane ticket she had used.
Over the years, David and Victoria’s love story blossomed, resulting in the addition of four children to their family: sons Brooklyn, Cruz, Romeo, and daughter Harper (not pictured)