David Beckham weighs in on Taylor Swift’s rumoured relationship with Travis Kelce

British football star David Beckham has said Taylor Swift “deserves to be happy” as he discussed the relationship rumours between the US pop singer and American football player Travis Kelce.

The Anti-Hero singer-songwriter has made headlines recently after she was spotted in the stands at NFL games to support the Kansas City Chiefs, sparking rumours of a new romance with the team’s tight end Kelce.

Former England captain David, 48, has experienced similar attention throughout his relationship with Spice Girls singer Victoria Beckham, 49, who he married in 1999 and shares four children with.

Speaking on the red carpet for the London premiere of his new documentary series, David said: “I know there’s a lot of noise around around Taylor at the moment… Taylor is an amazing talent and she’s an amazing person and she deserves to be happy.

“And whatever she does, and whoever she’s with, as long as she’s happy that’s the most important thing.

“It’s the same with me and Victoria. We’ve been together now for 26 years, almost three decades.”

He continued: “We’ve got amazing kids, we’ve built businesses, but we make time for each other. We respect each other and we love our kids.

“You have to work hard at these things and yes, we’ve been together for a long time.”

The couple had their first child Brooklyn in March 1999 and are also parents to Romeo, Cruz and Harper.

The new Netflix series, titled Beckham, follows the former midfielder’s rise to football stardom through interviews from Posh and Becks and other famous faces.

The docuseries will also see him discuss a period of depression he went through in the late 1990s after being sent off in the 1998 World Cup.

David became a target for abuse when he received a red card in the game against Argentina.

Reflecting on opening up about these difficult moments, David said on the red carpet: “I wanted to do it right. I’m never going to do a live documentary again.”

He also said that making the documentary was part of his process of healing from these challenge moments.

“I never really sat down and talked about it in such detail. Obviously my family and friends knew what I went through personally and professionally,” he explained.

“But sitting down and going through it in detail or looking at the archive and looking at stuff that I’d properly never seen before, that was quite difficult.

“And then realising how difficult it was at the time, on the pitch and off the pitch.

“So it was a really difficult time, but I suppose this is all part of the healing process.”

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