News broke last week that David and Victoria Beckham are looking at moving from their Los Angeles mansion.
The Beckham family, which includes two adults and four children are looking for a larger home, with more outdoor space. Homes they have allegedly been looking at are in the very elegant area of Holmby Hills, Los Angeles.
This $200 million palace is reportedly at the top of their shopping list. The incredible Los Angeles home boasts an mouth-watering 14 bedrooms, 27 bathrooms and huge gardens. Click the green button below to view the gallery.
David and Victoria are one of the world’s most well-known couples. The pair met whilst David played at Manchester United and Victoria performed as ‘Posh Spice’ in girl-group, Spice Girls. They married in July 1999 before moving to Madrid in 2003.
Upon a successful stint in Spain, David transferred to LA Galaxy, where he now lives with his family. Now household-names in the UK and USA, David and Victoria’s fame and finances rocketed.
David became the captain of his country in 2000 and held the armband until he retired from international football in 2006. He continued his club career until 2013, moving to AC Milan and then retiring with Paris Saint Germain.
The Beckham family are global icons and the children are slowly following in their parents’ footsteps. Brooklyn, the eldest is a promising footballer, who played alongside his father at Soccer Aid 2016. All the while, Cruz recently released his first single, a Christmas song titled ‘If Everyday was Christmas’.
A property insider told the Daily Star Sunday: “The Manor has everything the Beckhams are looking for. Victoria and David are so famous they don’t need to worry about living somewhere to ‘be seen’ – in fact it’s more the opposite.
“Posh wants grandeur to entertain the world’s elite. She loves the Manor as she said it reminded her of Beckingham Palace.
“They crave privacy, and the main issue will always be security. Victoria’s parents look after their properties while the family are away and Victoria wants everything under one roof. So they are after space to build a place for her parents in the grounds.
“David and Vic are also aware the kids’ needs have totally changed in the last ten years, so that’s a major reason for the move too.”