Kaye Adams of Loose Women has claimed she ‘takes responsibility’ for being cheated on in a previous relationship.
The former Strictly Come Dancing judge, 60, appeared on Wednesday’s show with Judi Love and Jane Moore, where they addressed David Beckham’s alleged adultery.
The iconic player and Victoria Beckham reflect on Rebecca Loos’ 2004 claims that she had an affair with him.
The Beckhams have consistently refuted the claims, with David labelling them “ludicrous,” and Victoria discusses how difficult that time was in their relationship in the new Netflix documentary.
Kaye confessed she has previously been cheated on on today’s Loose Women when discussing the claims.
She said: ‘In a previous relationship, a million years ago, someone was unfaithful to me.
‘But actually, on reflection, I take responsibility for that to a certain extent.’
Judi was clearly unhappy to hear that Kate felt she should take the blame, stepping in with: ‘No no no, I’m not allowing you to take responsibility for that.’
Kaye went on to explain: ‘I take a level of responsibility for the breakdown of the relationship because when I look back on it I can see where the cracks were appearing.
‘And I had my part in it, and you always have to be able to see the other person’s point of view.’
Kaye, who did not specify her previous relationship, has been married to tennis instructor Ian Campbell for 26 years.
The couple has two children, Charley, who is 20 years old, and Bonnie, who was born in 2007.
Despite the fact that they have never married, Kaye has previously stated that if Ian proposed, she would say yes.
‘When we first met Ian was in his late 20s working as a tennis coach, spending half his life in Italy and half in Scotland, and he was not a man going to settle down,’ Kaye told the Mirror in 2016.
‘It was just a relationship that carried on and carried on, very happily, and maybe we just passed the point of getting married. But if Ian wants to pop the question and I get a decent ring and a good holiday out of it I wouldn’t say no.’
Loose Women airs weekdays from 12.30pm on ITV1.