David Beckham and his wife, Victoria Beckham, decided to return to the U.K. after staying in the United States for four months, a report says.
David Beckham and Victoria Beckham flew to the U.S. on Christmas day along with their children. However, after staying there for a couple of months, they decided that it was time to go back home.
David Beckham returns to the U.K. with family
The A-list couple secretly jetted back to the U.K. last week. They are now enjoying the new lake they have had created on the grounds of their home in Cotswolds.
The couple flew to Miami, Florida, on Christmas Day with their children Romeo, Cruz, and Harper. They have been enjoying the sunny weather in Florida with more relaxed COVID-19 restrictions, The Sun reported.
Their four-month-long stay prompted rumors that they are already moving to Miami. But apparently, they have no plans to stay in America for good.
According to an insider, they loved their stay in the U.S. However, U.K has always been the family’s home. When they arrived home, they are back into focusing on various aspects of their business ventures in Cotswolds and London.
“They had to isolate when they got back but now they are settled again and the children are preparing to go back to school next week,” the insider added.
Why did the Beckhams fly to the U.S.?
David Beckham and Victoria Beckham’s eldest son, Brooklyn, 22, moved to Miami last year to be with his fiancee Nicola Peltz. He has since stayed in the U.S. to be with the love of his life.
The family flew there to spend the holidays with him. The former Spice Girls member was sad to be away from his son. However, she has accepted the fact that he is already grown up and is now living his own life.
Since they are already back in the U.K., the Beckhams are hoping that it won’t take too long for Brooklyn to visit them in the U.K.
Victoria receives Crocs from Justin Bieber
Victoria Beckham is very popular for wearing stilettos. However, on Tuesday, she couldn’t stop giggling when she received a pair of lilac Crocs from Justin Bieber.
Victoria asked her 28.9 million followers on Instagram if she should wear the footwear by sharing snaps of it on her Instagram Story. The majority, 57%, responded with “No.”
Justin collaborated with Crocs last year, and he released his limited-edition, which sold out in just 90 minutes when they launched in October. The Sorry singer had a hand in designing the $59.99 rubber shoes, which came with removable Jibbitz charms, Daily Mail reported.
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