She was one of the most notorious names of the 2000s thanks to her alleged romance with David Beckham, but Rebecca Loos’s life is completely different these days.
The mother of two worked as the footballer’s personal assistant when he made headlines in 2004, but is now a yoga teacher in rural Norway.
Rebecca, 40, enjoys a relaxed existence with her doctor husband and two young children, spending her time foraging for wild foods in the Norwegian mountains.
Rebecca told The Sun: “Now I spend my time practicing yoga, running, cycling and walking and foraging for wild food for my two young children. Life is very different.”
Rebecca, who was born in Madrid, rose to fame in 2004 after working for Beckham while he was based in Spain.
After a brief stint courting the big magazines and TV shows of the day, including a famous appearance on a Channel 5 reality show where she indulged a pig to collect his semen, Rebecca chose a quieter life.
He fled the hustle and bustle of the city after meeting Norwegian doctor Sven Christjar Skaiaa, 44, on the reality show 71 Degrees North.
He had been working as a doctor behind the scenes on the series and in 2008 the couple had a son together.
The former reality star, who reportedly earned a million pounds from Beckham dramas, later married Sven in 2012 before the couple moved to the small village of Hemsedal to start a new life with their two sons, Magnus. , 12, and Liam, eight.
His home in Buskerud county in southern Norway is so remote that it is a three-hour drive from the nearest airport and a two-hour drive from the nearest hospital.
The former glamor model regularly posts her healthy life on Instagram.
She is usually seen walking her dogs in the mountains or practicing Ashtanga yoga in a cozy-looking studio.
His new lifestyle is a far cry from 2004 when he appeared on Channel 5’s The Farm.
Wearing rubber gloves, he was given the task of exciting a wild boar and managed to collect a whopping one-third of a liter of semen in a flask.
The 10-minute clip was viewed by 1.6 million people and was one of the 5 most controversial scenes.
Ofcom received 37 complaints, but were told by the media watchdog that the model did not degrade or harm the pig.
“We do not believe the scene was degrading or harmful to the wild boar,” they said.
Rebecca has also appeared on the cover of magazines such as Playboy, FHM, Nuts and Zoo.
She is half Dutch and hosted a Dutch TV show called Shownieuws with former Eurovision contestant Gerald Joling.
In a recent Instagram story, she showed off her yoga moves in a room filled with plants and salt lamps.
In 2004, Rebecca spoke about the alleged affair in the newspapers and made numerous appearances on television.
The claims were never proven and Beckham adamantly denied any romantic involvement with his PA.
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George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.