David and Victoria Beckham back in Cotswolds after four month stay in Miami

Expect to see David and Victoria Beckham out and about with their children in Gloucestershire this summer.

The celebrity couple have reportedly given up the Miami millionaire lifestyle to return to the Cotswold countryside.

There was widespread speculation that the Beckhams would cross the Atlantic after a working visit turned into a four-month stay.

But a source has told The Sun that the family, minus Brooklyn eldest son, is now back in their £ 6million Cotswold Grade II converted barn, where they spent the first two Covid-19 lockdowns.

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This means the world can expect to see family Instagram posts as they go about their daily lives in the UK countryside.

The couple left the UK on Christmas Day and reportedly enjoyed it so much that they bought £ 19 million in their penthouse in the One Thousand Museum building in Florida.

Recent pictures on Instagram suggest they love life in the 62-story building, which is Miami’s only block of flats with a helipad.

David was in Florida to form his Inter Miami team in the US Major Soccer League, and the Beckhams have been spotted out and about with celebrities and the billionaire family of Brooklyn’s fiancé Nicola Peltz.

Victoria recently raved about how much she loved America after being pictured smiling at a 47th birthday party at an upscale Miami restaurant, and a friend was recently quoted as saying he was considering a stay.

The friend told MailOnline that the Miami visit was triggered by a “twist of fate” because Brooklyn got engaged to someone who was in the same place as David’s new job.

The friend added, “They all love it there. Victoria looks so sunny and of course they talked about making it their home.”

But a source told The Sun: “The whole family loved their time in the US, but the UK was always home to them.

“You are back in the UK and focused on different aspects of your business between the Cotswolds and London.”

According to the source kids, Romeo, Cruz and Harper are back in the UK too, but Brooklyn stayed on the other side of the pond.

They also have a £ 31 million home in Holland Park, which is where Victoria runs her fashion business, but sources say the lockdown means she can now operate it from her country estate.

During the initial lockdown, the family posted regular updates stating that they are working and homeschooling from their Cotswold home.

Instagram image from Victoria Beckham’s page as she and David Beckham celebrate Brooklyn’s 21st birthday

Over the years it has been remodeled and has extensive grounds that include tennis courts and a pond.

The former Spice Girl has always said she wouldn’t move from the UK as David traveled the world on his football career and is close to her parents Jackie and Tony and her younger sister Louise.

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