David Beckham is one of the most important soccer figures in the world, but he has not avoided being the target of controversy, as happened when the story of his nephew Freddie Every was revealed, who now lives with his father in oblivion, unemployed and away from the luxuries.
The young man, 20 years old, recounted in detail his childhood and the game afternoons with the children of David Beckham, now he witnessed the extravagant wedding of Brooklyn with Nicola Peltz in a luxurious ceremony in Florida that had an approximate cost of 4 million dollars. In an interview for The Mirror in 2019, Freddie Every indicated that after the divorce of his parents, the game afternoons ended and he distanced himself from his millionaire family, including his mother, and now lives in temporary housing owned by the government and without a job.
The former soccer player’s older sister, Lynne Beckham, divorced in 2010 after 11 years of marriage, and as part of the agreement, Freddie and his older sister Georgina was left in the care of their father. The young man pointed out that they seldom see his mother and his younger brother, who live in a house bought by the model. Freddie Every is currently unemployed and got a scholarship as an apprentice bricklayer. While his sister De he Georgina is a stylist, however, she does not have enough money to be able to pay the rent of an apartment.
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Both follow the personal and professional lives of their famous cousins through social networks, where they were also spectators of their luxurious wedding of them, all while Everyone was riding his bicycle because he cannot afford driving lessons.
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The young man said he was not interested in money, but he was interested in reuniting with his family, so he hopes that soon they can meet again at a meal attended by his cousins and his famous uncles, David, and Victoria Beckham.
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“Sometimes I think about the difference in our lives, but it’s hard to explain. They’re still my family and I’d like to see them again (…) I don’t need to have a phone call to see what he’s doing. That’s better than nothing.” he detailed to The Mirror.
The young man said he was very proud of the former soccer player and that the last time he saw him he gave him 50 dollars. He now only hopes to spend time with them, because he wants their family relationship to improve.