Katie Price and Victoria Beckham's feud was one of the most vicious of the 2000s.
It was the Page 3 glamour model vs the footballer's wife, and it all kicked off when Katie got jealous of Victoria's collaboration with her then-boyfriend, Dane Bowers.
And the following year things got even more bitter when Katie claimed VB and her mate sang Who Let The Dogs Out to her in Manchester United's players' lounge.
Posh Spice upped the ante by branding Katie 'vile' on national TV, before her nemesis sniped, "She's got a great-looking husband, a little boy, and all the money in the world. She hasn't got the looks, but you can't have everything."
And in 2004, Katie Price took it even further by outrageously claiming that Victoria's husband David held her hand in a nightclub while his wife was stood right next to him.
David has strenuously denied having had any romantic involvement with Katie, ever.
"I didn't feel star-struck by Victoria but I must admit to feeling a bit of a thrill around David," she wrote in her autobiography, Being Jordan.
"He is so good looking, has such a fit body and is so nice with it."
According to Katie, the supposed incident happened after Victoria and Dane performed Out Of Your Mind at Party In The Park and the four of them went clubbing to Twice As Nice.
"Dane was DJ'ing and I was standing with the famous couple," Katie wrote.
"Suddenly I felt someone take my hand and squeeze it gently as if to reassure me that I shouldn't be overawed by all the hype.
"It was David. I looked at him in surprise and he was looking right back at me. Imagine how you would feel if David Beckham held your hand!
"Victoria was standing right next to him so I thought I'd better keep my mouth shut. I would have given anything for her to disappear at that moment and leave me alone with one of the world's sexiest men.
"But I guess I'll never really know what David was thinking. Maybe he was showing that he understood what it was like to be caught up in Dane and Victoria's desperate bid to become number one."
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