Beckhams return to Instagram for first time since ‘coronavirus’ bombshell

Beckhams return to Instagram for first time since ‘coronavirus’ bombshell

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Beckhams return to Instagram for first time since ‘coronavirus’ bombshell

David and Victoria Beckham have returned to Instagram since reports emerged that the two had battled coronavirus in March, having caught it in Los Angeles

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David and Victoria Beckham have made their returns Instagram for the first time since reports that they’ve both had Covid-19.

Fashionista Victoria shared a video of a fresh outfit she’d put together from her new season, while David melted hearts as he played games with their three pooches and fed them digestives.

“Yes my wife posted a similar video,” the former footballer laughed, “but I feel mines better and more detailed.

“And yes my dogs love digestives ( who doesn’t ) plus they are trained so well, also apparently the way I say Girls ( Gurls ) is funny to some.”

David and Victoria are reported to have caught coronavirus in Los Angeles, where they mixed with A-listers at a string of high-profile events.

David launched his new football club, Inter Miami, at the beginning of March.

“David was on duty for his club Inter Miami, and Victoria and the family flew down to support him,” an insider close to the family explained to The Sun.

“They attended a couple of swanky networking events as David had promotional duties, and were shaking hands and kissing fans and various club dignitaries.

“They then flew back to London, and were whisked straight to their Cotswolds mansion.”

They described it as an “absolute nightmare scenario”, with Victoria fearing they were “super-spreaders.”

They celebrated eldest lad Brooklyn’s 21st, the source added, before another, shorter trip to the US.

Upon their return, the insider went on that David started to feel unwell while Victoria had a sore throat and temperature.

Several of those around them – like bodyguards, drivers and assistants – complained of feeling unwell as well.

Victoria wasn’t taking any chances 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.”

And after they’d made their full recoveries, Posh and Becks made sure to check in on their team and send them care packages.