According to the institution that is Nuts Magazine, Tottenham Hotspur footballers have the sexiest wags in the Premier League. The likes of Peter Crouch’s Abigail Clancy, Jamie O’Hara’s Danielle Lloyd and Jermaine Defoe’s Danielle Lloyd (see what I did there?) are all household names with football fans and men’s magazine readers alike.
However, there are some wags out there that, for some unknown reason, don’t want to get all nice and naked in Nuts, Zoo or the News of the World. Even more infuriating is when these ladies think they’re too good for a quick double page spread in Hello!, OK! and other magazines with exclamation marks after the name. This is the case unfortunately with David Bentley’s girlfriend/fiancé Kimberly Mills.
Mills and Tottenham Boo Boy fave Bentley are reported to be engaged, but even this cannot be confirmed, as unlike Jermaine Jenas and his fiancé, they didn’t even have the courtesy to announce their engagement in an exclusive interview with a gossip magazine.
However, it is reported that Bentley and Mills have been together for about 9 years, and got together when the England and Tottenham midfielder was still at Arsenal.
Mills is a hairdresser, and other than a brief appearance in Nuts TV’s Real Footballer’s Wives, Mills has shunned the limelight and seems determined to lead a relatively normal life.
On the Real Footballer’s Wives show, Mills revealed that when Bentley was at Blackburn, she only heard chants about Bentley’s hair or clothes, and that it was never anything too severe… It’s a good thing Bentley shaved off the bum-fluff that was threatening to take over his face a few weeks ago then.
Bentley admitted in 2008 to having a gambling addiction, and credits Mills as one of the main protagonists behind his decision to kick the addiction and seek help:
“You get addicted to the whole thing. Picking a winner, hoping to have a winner and placing a bet. It started out as a day at the races and it got out of hand. I sat down with my girlfriend to talk about it and she said I had to stop. It was the hardest thing ever.”
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