Rebecca Loos has told ITV’s 'Daybreak' that she regrets selling the story about her alleged relationship with David Beckham in 2004.

Speaking live on the breakfast programme, she said: “Obviously I'm a mother now and I'm married myself and being in the media for six or seven years, so knowing what I know now, I would have definitely gone about things quite differently.”

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Rebecca Loos

She continued: “I think I was quite young and foolish and very reckless, and obviously I didn’t think things through, I just acted on impulse. And I like to think I'm a lot less like that now, hopefully.”

Asked if she regretted the impact selling her story had on David and Victoria Beckham, Loos replied: “Probably, yes, I think I do. I think I regret the impact on everybody. But I think I just maybe could have gone about it in a kinder way. I don’t regret speaking out but I regret the way I went about it, so put it that way, yes.”

Loos, who has quit Britain for a quiet life in Norway, went on to confess she loved the media attention that followed from selling her story: “I like to think I am the sort of person who tries to make the best of things and try to look at the positive side of things.

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The Beckhams

"I did try to enjoy it as much as I could. It all happened very, very fast, it was very much a whirlwind. I think that’s a good word – it was a whirlwind – and I think in the end, I paid a price by feeling quite lonely and depressed.”

She added: “I think if I hadn’t have fallen pregnant by my then boyfriend, I would probably still be in London doing the celebrity scene.

"It was because I fell pregnant and because suddenly I was going to be a mother that I decided to make changes.

"That was really the turning point for me. It just didn’t make sense – I didn’t want to be a mum and have a family and be in London and living the celebrity scene, I wanted to just walk away from that.”

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