Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you MIGHT have heard about David Beckham’s recent email leaks – where he went on an epic rant over not being given a knighthood back in 2014.
One particular, erm, ‘highlight’ of the leaks, was his sweary take-down of the actually-quite-lovely opera singer Katherine Jenkins, who received an OBE that same year.
(In case you missed it, he called her a 'f***ing joke’. Charming, right?)
Well now, Katherine’s given her two-penneth on the whole furore, claiming that reading David’s comments was 'hurtful’.
No surprise there, really.
Speaking to The Sun on Sunday’s Fabulous magazine, Katherine said: “I’m a human being. Of course something like that would be hurtful.
“But at the same time I’ve learned that when you’re famous sometimes you get dragged into things you shouldn’t be involved in.
“Sometimes people feel like they know you, but actually they know nothing about you.”
The historic emails – allegedly sent by David to his PR Simon Oliveira – show him raging against the UK honours committee for failing to offer him the title of 'Sir’ David.
'They’re a bunch of c**** I expected nothing less. Who decides on the honours?
'It’s a disgrace to be honest and if I was American I would of got something like this ten years ago.’
The emails were published on the Football Leaks website and have been picked up by a variety of European outlets as well as The Sun.
When asked if she’d forgiven the former football star, she said:
“You know exactly what I’m thinking!”
Hmm, we can imagine babes.