Becktastic! David and Victoria move into £20m London pad
It’s an ultra-luxury South London rental pad for the Beck-pack!
Last week we brought you the news that David and Victoria Beckham were eagerly searching for a home in London. Seeing how many of you loved the news about the impending arrival of the Beck-pack we are thrilled to announce that they have now signed on the dotted line and have moved into a £20m plush pad in South London.
The state-of-the-art modern abode, is said to be kitted out with a top-notch security system, and it also has a reinforced outer wall for all you busybodies desperate to take a sneak peak.
The house belongs to fashion mogul Touker Suleyman who owns both the Ghost and Hawes & Curtis clothing brands.
The mansion is known to be south of the river and is close to Victoria’s design studio in Battersea. Far from taking a back seat to her husband’s career, Victoria’s eponymous fashion label is estimated to be raking in £60m in profits a year – making her £15m in the first three months of the launch alone.
Prior to the news that the Beckham clan had moved it, it was widely reported they had narrowed their search down to Kensington & Chelsea, close to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. However, the whole family is said to be loving being back in the UK and are enjoying their new rental property.
Welcome back Beckhams! Hope you love London as much as the rest of us – or let’s face it probably a whole lot more…