In a shocking revelation, a longstanding friendship between celebrity power couples, David and Victoria Beckham, and Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, has reportedly come to a bitter end due to accusations of leaked sources. According to an anonymous insider, the Beckhams have been accused of leaking sensitive information about the Sussexes, leading to a heated confrontation during a tense phone call.
The alleged rift has left David Beckham “absolutely bloody furious,” and any hopes of reconciliation seem dim. The Beckhams had been supportive of Meghan’s arrival in the UK and were even present at the grand royal wedding in 2018. However, the fallout has seemingly driven a wedge between the once-close friends.
Meghan Markle appears to have found solace in the company of a new friend, Victoria Jackson, a cosmetics magnate and the couple’s neighbor in Montecito, California. Sources claim that Meghan and Victoria share a strong bond and have grown extremely close. Victoria, who also runs the successful Guthy-Jackson Charitable Foundation, has reportedly been advising Meghan on various aspects of her Archewell charity.
The Duchess of Sussex seems to have curated an exclusive inner circle, affectionately termed the “Montecito Mafia,” by some. Among its notable members are media mogul Oprah Winfrey, journalist Gayle King, photographer Misan Harriman, and Meghan’s former co-stars from the hit series “Suits,” Sarah Rafferty and Abigail Spencer. Social activist Gloria Steinem, who shares a close friendship with Meghan, was among those who presented her with the Women of Vision Award.
Other celebrity neighbors to the Sussexes, such as pop star Katy Perry and actor Orlando Bloom, have seemingly drifted apart due to their busy schedules. Perry, who performed at King Charles’ coronation, has allegedly been traveling extensively, making it challenging to maintain a close friendship.
The alleged leaked sources have cast a shadow on the Beckham-Sussex friendship, raising questions about the extent of trust within royal circles. Representatives for both parties have been contacted for comment, but as of now, no official statements have been released.