Is it just us, or does it feel like the end of an era?
So, we go away for one week, just one tiny week, and we miss this?
As for you, David? We love you, you know that we do.
But we are only human.
If you cut us, do we not bleed? If the wind blows, does it not mess up our hair?
If you dress in a reindeer/horse sweater that ties at the waist, it bleeds and blows, D. It bleeds and blows.
Victoria Beckham has confirmed what industry insiders have been saying for months: her four-year-old son, Romeo Beckham suffers from epilepsy.
Considering how often the Beckhams get papped, their fear of flashbulbs causing a seizure in their son is completely valid.
Link: Flash Can Kill Him.
It’s strange that this was the time chosen to reveal this to the media – perhaps there was going to be a tell-all story and they decided to pre-empt it. In any case, we wish little Romeo all the best and hope his life isn’t terribly affected by the condition.
David isn’t happy.
And when he’s not happy, we’re not happy.
When anyone messes with Mr. B’s psyche, we feel the need to do some serious Manolo Blahnik-footed ass kicking. We do love David so. His message to Real Madrid – I’m sad. And also, get my superfine fabu hairstyled behind off the bench, damn it.
Why do we love David so? This photo says it all: the sneer. It’s really all about the sneer. And the hair. That’s it, really. We don’t ask for much. Use some hair products and look grouchy and we’re good to go.
The Beckhams’ former bodyguard has been killed in Iraq.
Link: Bodyguard Killed
The rumour mill is in high gear with anticipation of David Beckham becoming Knighted. Before Prime Minister Tony Blair steps down, he has to submit his 2007 honours list, and Mr. Blair loves him some celebrity ballers.
Vicky, honey, it’s been a long journey from singing (okay, miming) “Spice Up Your Life” to becoming a Lady, and we give you full props, gal.
More importantly, for those of you with a vivid fantasy life, consider this: David will be a “Knight of the Realm”; you can call him “Sir David”. Just imagine the fun you could have with a chain metal vest and one of those jousting sticks.
The latest is his plan to re-enact a famous Levi Jeans advert for the charity, Children In Need. The ad featured a sexy boy stripping off his dirty jeans whilst in the laundrette (much to the delight of the mouldy oldies washing their polyester pants and grey socks in the background).
David in his briefs? We are so down with that plan of action.
Mr. B was recently dropped from one of our favourite ad campaigns for Police Sunglasses – his six year deal came up for renewal and they did not maintain the eyewear love.
Might just be time for Vicky to step up to the Brand Beckham plate and send David home to look after the kids. She’s severed her ties with Rock & Republic jeans and is going it alone with her own line of denim and handbags for label DVB, to launch in Jan 07.
We hate the idea of David being out of the limelight, but the image of him as a hardworking house husband will get us through these dark days.