On 4th July, it will be 20 years since Victoria Adams married David Beckham in Ireland.
In 1997 they met at a charity football match and within two years theyd got engaged, had their first son and married.
Just after the wedding the phrase Brand Beckham was coined.
But being in a high-profile marriage hasnt always been easy for the pair, who have four kids, Brooklyn, 20, Romeo, 16, Cruz, 14, and Harper, eight this week.
Theyve battled cheating claims, family feuds and business struggles. Piers Morgan even called their relationship a sham.
David once said, Do we stay together because its a brand? Of course not. We stay together because we love each other and have four amazing children.
But is the Beckhams marriage really as perfect as it seems?
Over Victoria and Davids 20-year marriage, there have been a number of cheating claims, but it all started with their former assistant Rebecca Loos in September 2003, who described Goldenballs as a generous lover.
Then, in April 2004, Sarah Marbeck claimed to have slept with David in Singapore in 2001, back when he was on a tour with Manchester United, and said they exchanged suggestive texts for two years.
Following that, Danielle Heath claimed shed also had an affair with David, while Victoria was pregnant with Cruz. David vehemently denied all the allegations and Victoria stuck by him.
While most of Victoria and Davids brood arent old enough to be in trouble with anyone other than their parents, Brooklyn has already shown his rebellious side.
After passing his driving test, he was slapped with four parking tickets on his £37,000 Mercedes C-class in less than two months.
Since then, hes angered fans by posing with a gun, and had more than one public booze-fuelled bust-up with girlfriend Hana Cross.
While theyre by no means strapped for cash, it was recently reported that Victorias fashion label – which she launched in 2008 – is losing £28,000 a day, adding up to a whopping £30m loss over five years.
Despite David giving Victoria Beckham Ltd an £8.5m boost in 2016, she was £10.2m in the red last year – and her company still owed DB Ventures its money at the end of December 2016.
The good news is that sales of her clothes and fashion accessories have Read More – Source