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The Beckhams are back!

If you’ve been living in a news vacuum, you might have missed it.  But for everybody else, the word’s out:  David and Victoria Beckham have brought their brood back to London.  And to be slightly more specific, they’ve moved the kids into a swish rented pad in Kensington – one of the capital’s smartest areas.

David ‘Golden Balls’ Beckham has come to the end of his LA Galaxy contract and is, for the time being,   considering his options. Rumour has it that there are offers on the table from China,   Australia, Europe, the Middle East and even the UK – 12 in all apparently.  It appears, however, that wherever David decides to go for what will probably be the last contract of his playing career, Mrs Beckham and the kids will be settling permanently in London.

The Beckham’s four children, Brooklyn, 13, Romeo, 10, Cruz, 7, and Harper, 18 months,  will all be attending school/nursery school here and, in fact, the boys have already been enrolled.  Huge excitement swept through a £15,000 a year private school somewhere in capital when David Beckham himself appeared in a black Land Rover to do the school run.  Luckily for the boys, the press have refrained from giving the name of the school to afford the children some privacy.

The Beckhams prepared for the move by carefully considering which would be the most suitable schools for their children.  If you’re considering a move to the capital and you need to find a house to rent or want to know where to find the best schools,  it’s a good idea to use the services of an experienced relocation agent,  who will have the knowledge and experience to help you make the right choices.

For more information about living in Kensington, read our report: Relocating to London – Area Report – Kensington.

Christine Hall

Managing Director, Saunders 1865


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