The famous family are looking for a new UK pad, after reportedly deciding to move back to Britain
Last year, the rumour mill went into overdrive amid reports that David and Victoria Beckham were finally planning a move back to England. Now the pair have added further fuel to the fire, by starting the search for a brand new home in the country.
It’s thought the couple are planning to move back to Britain full-time when David’s contract with American-based football club LA Galaxy runs out later this year.
And with a fourth child on the way, reports suggest Mr and Mrs B want a more permanent base, close to friends and parents.
Although they already have a home in the UK – the sprawling Beckingham Palace mansion in Sawbridgeworth, Hertfordshire – it’s thought the famous couple feel their well-known home is ‘no longer private enough,’ and are on the hunt for somewhere new, away from prying eyes.
And their location of choice? The Lamerwood Golf Course in Wheathampstead.
‘Basically they feel their current property just isn’t secure enough,’ one insider told MTV. ‘Victoria wants to move closer to her parents and quite likes the area around Hatfield as it is close to some decent schools and is her old stomping ground.’
‘Victoria knows this area well and likes what it has to offer. She considers it home. This is even more important now she’s having another baby.’
Earlier this year, it was rumoured the couple had even begun looking at schools for children Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz, and enrolled their brood in a local private venue, which accepts both borders and day students.
‘All the staff are talking about it – everyone in the school knows,’ one insider told The Sun at the time. ‘All three boys are coming. Everyone is looking forward to seeing them.’
Yesterday the family were spotted celebrating mum-to-be Victoria’s 37th birthday, at swanky eatery Bouchon Bistro in LA.
‘So many beautiful flowers and messages!!!!having a wonderful day with my four boys!!!!x vb,’ Mrs B Tweeted.
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