David and Victoria Beckham moving back to England?

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  • It's thought the pair have already enrolled Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz at a local private school, and will move back to their Hertfordshire home

    After a three-year stint in the US, it’s thought David and Victoria Beckham are finally planning a move back to England, and have even enrolled kids Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz at a local private school.


    This comes after reports suggest David is considering offers from several top London football clubs, and could even be on the verge of signing a deal with Tottenham Hotspurs.

    It’s thought the sports star’s American club LA Galaxy could have agreed to send him to England on loan for around 10 weeks.

    And his decision ties in perfectly with Mrs B’s work commitments. Posh is thought to be starting work on her next fashion collection, at studios based in Battersea, West London.

    Insiders say preparations are already being made for David and Victoria to move back to their sprawling Beckingham Palace mansion in Sawbridgeworth, Hertfordshire.

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    The pair are already said to have enrolled Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz at a local private school, which accepts both borders and day students.

    ‘All the staff are talking about it – everyone in the school knows,’ one insider told The Sun. ‘All three boys are coming. Everyone is looking forward to seeing them.’

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    Although their move back to Blighty won’t be permanent, David’s contract with his American football club runs out this November.

    It’s thought they are still undecided as to whether to stay in LA, or move back to England for good – so we could be seeing them on a more permanent basis very soon.

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