David and Victoria Beckham’s friendship with Prince Harry and Meghan ‘over’ after being accused of ‘leaking stories’


THE Beckhams’ friendship with Prince Harry and Meghan appears to be over amid claims of royal story leaks.

The bond between the power couples is said to have cooled after David was left “absolutely bloody furious” after the accusations were made in a phone call.

Harry and Meghan’s friendship with the Beckhams appears to be over

File photo dated 19/5/2018 of David and Victoria Beckham arriving at the wedding of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. David Beckham has said he has learned to ignore the negative things that are said about his family, as he admitted that his marriage to Victoria is "hard work". PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Sunday October 21, 2018. See PA story SHOWBIZ Beckham. Photo credit should read: Chris Jackson/PA WireIt’s said that David is furious over Harry’s royal leak claims

David Beckham wishes pal Prince Harry a happy 36th birthday as she posts picture of them togetherThe couples were previously close, with the Beckhams attending the royal wedding

HOAR on Sunday has previously told how Harry confronted the ex-England skipper over leak claims.

It is thought the couples grew close as David’s comms director Izzy May is pals with Markus Anderson, who helped to arrange Harry and Meghan’s secret dates at London’s Soho House.

David, 48, and wife Victoria, 49, were then guests at the Sussexes’ wedding in 2018.

But Harry and Meghan were not present when the Beckhams’ eldest son Brooklyn, 24, married last year.

Nor were they at David’s star-studded football event this month — with Kim Kardashian and Serena Williams there for Lionel Messi’s Inter Miami debut.

A source close to the Beckhams told The Mail on Sunday that David and Victoria were “very supportive when Meghan arrived in the UK”.
But they added: “Any making up now is so unlikely.”

It also says George and Amal Clooney are no longer pals with Meghan, while Katy Perry and hubby Orlando Bloom are now closer to King Charles.