‘BECKHAM’ documentary series: official trailer
Victoria Beckham admitted she still holds anger and “wants to kill” those who blamed David Beckham for England’s 1998 exit from the World Cup.
After meeting in 1997, David and Spice Girl star Victoria quickly became one of the most adorned A-list couples worldwide.
Their dreamy love story has proved to stand the test of time as they recently celebrated their 24th wedding anniversary.
Throughout their marriage, the couple welcomed four children, sons Brooklyn, 24, Romeo, 21, Cruz, 18, and daughter Harper Seven, 12.
However, the couple faced many trials during the early days of their relationship which will be explored in the athlete’s upcoming Netflix documentary, Beckham.
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While the mini-series will be football-focused, it will include insightful interviews with teammates, friends and family including Victoria.
In the action-packed trailer, the fashion designer spoke on the aftermath of David being sent off in the tense World Cup.
After he received the red card in the last 16 1998 game against Argentina, England lost on penalties.
This led to an overwhelming bombardment of hate and abuse from fans, which Victoria says left David “depressed.”
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Reflecting on the events, the Posh star stated: “I mean, the absolute hate, the public bullying, to another level.
“He was depressed, absolutely clinically depressed,” adding: “I still want to kill these people.”
While Victoria looked back at the moment with fury, David remembered the outrage as the hardest time of his professional and personal life.
In the trailer, the 48-year-old states: “What I went through was so extreme. The whole country hated me. Hated me.
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“It changed my life, I felt very vulnerable and alone. Wherever I went I got abuse every single day.”
He continued: “People look at you in a certain way, spit at you, abuse you, come up to your face and say some of the things that they said. That was difficult.”
Victoria revealed she had also informed her husband they were expecting their first child on the eve of the match.
Then for the next two years, the star was “booed” in stadiums across the country, and an effigy of him was even hung outside a South London pub.
BECKHAM will premiere on Netflix on Wednesday, October 4.
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