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But now the showbiz duo, who have been married for 20 years, have put rumours to bed once and for all, as Victoria's representative told The Sun that unfounded claims are nothing more than "bizarre" and "fake".
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A spokeswoman for the couple said: "There is no statement due or divorce".
The spokesperson went on to say that it was "fake news" sparked and disseminated by social media.
The Mirror also claimed the rumour was branded "a crock of s***, "embarrassing" and "laughable". This is all very freakish and an embarrassing waste of time", reps told The Sun.
The happy couple, who have been married for almost 20 years and have four children together, have not publicly commented on the gossip.
Paddy Power told Daily Star Online: "We've chose to suspend betting on the separation between Posh and Becks".