Did Posh fear Becks might have an affair?
The lyrics of a song by Victoria Beckham indicate that she has more foresight than she can boast of.
The song titled That Dude was recorded last year as David moved to Madrid and Rebecca Loos was hired as his personal assistant.
It was shelved, then used on the soundtrack of the Real Beckhams DVD.
According to The Sun, Victoria sings about the rival's "good background" and "good sex", which fits perfectly with Miss Loos' posh schooling and self-confessed raunchiness. She talks of herself as "been alone" and "been misused".
Referring to Becks as the "player", she sings: "Even if the player says he's planning on shaking, bottom line is he's still taken." She even includes her sons Brooklyn and Romeo into her tirade to warn her rival that she risks being branded a family wrecker.
Victoria blasts: "You've got a man and his boys are strictly off-limits. If they make noise your style will be diminished." She also sings: "Don't mess with that dude because he's already taken. I don't give a damn what plans you are making."
However, it is unclear whether Posh is talking about herself or sniffing at her rival when she sings: "It's only a matter of time before he breaks your heart.
"And I know it's not easy for you to play this part. He promised you happiness but he made you cry. He said he'd be true to you but he told you lies."
As the rap ends you can hear her saying: "I heard the lies but I know the truth now. I've been alone and I've been misused. Now I know what I've got to do."
The titles of three other tracks Posh made at the same time show love and relationships were the main thing on her mind. They were Resentment, Valentine and Just Me And You This Time which also landed up on the Real Beckhams DVD.
Becks on diamond spending spree for Victoria!
Theirs is a marriage that fairy tales are made of. So what if it is on the rocks right now, Becks is making every possible attempt to keep the fire going.
According to The Sun, Real Madrid football star David Beckham has reportedly splashed out a million dollars on a giant pink diamond ring as a birthday gift for his wife Victoria. He will also give her matching earrings when she turns 30 tomorrow.
Pink diamonds are the rarest and costliest of all with top quality gems fetching as much as 750,000 pounds per carat.
David, 28, bought the gems at posh Asprey's jewellers in London. "Pink diamonds are the most expensive so the ring cost him a fortune. But he says Victoria's worth every penny," a source was quoted as saying.
A friend said: "He wanted the best diamonds in the world - and that's what he's got. David thought he was sending a good message to Victoria, too - diamonds are forever, just like their marriage."
Posh already has several diamond pieces lavished on her by David.
Her engagement ring alone cost 120,000 pounds.