Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 23 October 2014

Children come first for Beckham

David Beckham hinted that he and Victoria might have more children one day

David Beckham has hinted that he and wife Victoria might have more children in the future.

The football star and the Spice Girl-turned-fashion designer have four children aged between 10 months and 13 years but he revealed he isn't ruling out the chance of adding to their brood.

"If we have one or two more - two might scare Victoria but we will see," he said.

The LA Galaxy star and former England skipper said he is "still amazed" by the difference his 10 month-old daughter Harper has made to his family.

"It is going to be amazing watching her grow up," he said.

"With three boys there is a lot of energy in the house. They are constantly on the go from the moment they wake up to the moment they sleep. Harper is totally different. She is relaxed and feminine. Everything about her is feminine. Having a little girl still amazes me every time I change her nappy."

The sports star said he would consider returning to England but for now his kids come first.

"I am always tempted to come back to England but right now the kids are in school," he said during a surprise visit to a school in north-west London. "Now is a a critical time for them," he said.

Becks added: "There are always rumours about us moving. Right now our children are settled in America and it is not right to move from country to country and move them out of their school."

The visit to Vaughan Primary School in West Harrow, north-west London was a reward for the children who went above and beyond the call of duty in promoting Paralympic sport and its ideals, both on and off the playground, as part of the Sainsbury's Million Kids Challenge. Becks has been working with Sainsbury's, the 2012 Paralympic Games sponsor, to encourage children to lead active and healthy lifestyles.

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