David and Victoria Beckham revealed that they contracted the Covid-19 during a networking event and told their battle against the virus.
After catching the virus in the United States, David and Victoria Beckham secretly battled with Covid-19. The test itself confirmed the couple’s Coronavirus diagnosis.
David and Victoria Beckham’s secret Covid-19 battle
They caught it when they attended a couple of swanky networking events were they hook hands and kissed fans and various club dignitaries. David was on duty for his club Inter Miami, and Victoria and the family flew down to support him.
Then they flew back to London and were whisked straight to their Cotswolds mansion. The source said the couple celebrated Brooklyn’s 21st before a short trip back to the States, this time to Miami. The source also revealed that David started to feel ill and Victoria developed a sore throat. At the same time, their drivers, bodyguards and assistants fell ill.
Fear of being super-spreaders
Victoria feared they may be “super-spreaders” after flying back to the UK. Moreover, they had time to celebrate their son, Brooklyn’s 21st birthday do. Stormzy and Emma Bunton came as the guests.
“Victoria really panicked and made the whole family quarantine rigidly for more than two weeks. She was utterly petrified they might be super-spreaders and did all she could to minimise all future risk. Not only was she poorly in bed, but she was also completely scared. It was a rough few weeks.”
After full recoveries, the couples checking their team regularly and sent “care packages” to at least two staff members who got badly affected by the virus. Becks and Posh spent the entire summer holed up in their country manor which completed with swimming pool, football pitch and hot tub. They also declined several party invites.
The celebrity couple later had swab and antibody tests before holidaying in Greece and Italy to ensure they were safe to travel. Not only that, the pair also cancelled middle son Romeo’s planned 18th birthday last weekend. The fears they would break social distancing rules is the behind of the cancelled reason.
Clap For Carers initiative
After lockdown kicked in back home, David and Victoria became two of the first celebs to get behind the weekly Clap For Carers initiative. They posted photos and videos of them and the kids cheering on NHS workers regularly “to thank the brave healthcare workers and brilliant NHS working tirelessly in the fight against Covid-19.
She spoke to two NHS teams on Instagram TV, writing: “We all need to do our part in staying home and helping these incredible workers and their colleagues on the front line.”The woman who became a fashion designer also donated 25 per cent of sales to food banks to help those hit hardest by the pandemic.
She said: “Words can’t describe how thankful we all are for the bravery and hard work of everyone who is making significant sacrifices to keep us safe. We are in this together. We are committed to helping the most vulnerable people in our communities: the nurses and healthcare workers who are sacrificing their own health to treat and care for others; the teachers who are continuing to support their classrooms; mothers and children, many of whom are now at home, balancing full-time jobs and homeschooling; and the elderly, who are at greatest health risk and unable to go out to shop for themselves.”