David And Victoria Beckham sell ‘Beckingam Palace’ For Move To £45 Million Mansion

David And Victoria Beckham sell ‘Beckingam Palace’ For Move To £45 Million Mansion

David and Victoria Beckham make like Kate Middleton and Prince William with move to central London…

David and Victoria Beckham are bidding a sad farewell to their beloved Beckingham Palace as they’ve reportedly sold their Hertfordshire home for £12 million.

The couple are set to make like Kate Middleton and Prince William as they up sticks and move to a new family home this month.

It’s thought Victoria and David have their sights set on an even bigger, £45 million mansion in central London, which promises to offer ample wardrobe space for VB and Harper. Not forgetting David's stash of H&M pants, of course. 

According to the Sun On Sunday, the decision to sell up is down to ‘the beginning of a new era for the family.’

With a source telling the paper, “David in particular was desperately sad to sell the family home as there are so many memories there. They have had years of happiness in the home, but practically now there is no need to keep it.”

David and Victoria Beckham do his and hers tailoring

The £12 million sell also includes several sports cars, with one of David’s favourite Ferraris thought to be thrown in, along with two Jaguars and the family’s £2.6 million holiday home in France.

Err, big congrats to the family who get to play Beckhams with that lovely lot!

Meanwhile Victoria has been occupying time with a tour of her new season handbag collection, as she posted this behind-the-scenes video to Instagram.

Something tells us a Beckham move will require a few more removal teams than your average house swap! 

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