Romeo Beckham And Mia Regan Split After Five Years

Our hearts!


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For some of you, Romeo Beckham and Mia Regan may have only recently landed on your radar.

After the release of the David Beckham documentary, the lives of his children were put under the spotlight, leading many to search for more info on kids Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz and Harper.

However, if you’re like us, then Romeo and his now ex-girlfriend Mia have been the blueprint for pure, adorable romance.


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The 21-year-old son of the football star and former popstar and fashion designer Victoria Beckham, had been dating model Mia since 2019.

They were sweethearts, growing up together, and it has been a beautiful thing to watch flourish from the sidelines!

Sadly, rumours of the loved-up couple’s alleged break up had been circulating online, and it’s confirmation shortly followed.


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Just yesterday, the pair separately announced their split on Instagram, revealing that after a long five years, they have decided to remain as good friends.

In his statement, Romeo wrote, “Mooch and I have parted ways after 5 years of love.”

“We still have a lot of love and respect for each other, and still hold a strong friendship and always will.”

Mia also took to her socials with an adorable photo of herself and Romeo, writing, “This is Ro, we have grown up with each other since we were 16!! Love takes different forms & paths as you mature.”

You can already tell where this one is going…

She continued, “We aren’t tougher romantically, but we do share lots & lots of love for one another… after 5 years we friend-zoned each other heheh.”

A bittersweet moment for fans, but comforting to know that things have ended on positive terms.

Honestly, these two are still so young with so much to experience – who knows, perhaps time apart is exactly what their love needs to reignite in the future.

Words by Shauna Whyte