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David Beckham gifts mom and mother-in-law Audi Q3s

Published 27/05/2013

David Beckham
David Beckham

David Beckham reportedly purchased luxury vehicles for his mom and mother-in-law and is planning on presenting all his loved ones with similar expensive gifts in the future.

The British soccer star and his fashion designer wife Victoria share four children together.

The Beckhams are famed for their close-knit relationships with one another.

David’s mother Sandra and Victoria’s mom Jacqueline both spend a lot of time with their grandchildren.

The women also give their maternal support to the couple whenever needed.

David has reportedly showed his appreciated and gratitude to the mothers by gifting them with £30,000 Audi Q3 model automobiles.

“They are gorgeous vehicles that Jackie and Sandra love,” a source told British newspaper The Sun.

“When you think about how important their families are to David and Vic, and how huge both their careers are, you can only begin to imagine the sort of work and commitment their parents put in over the years.

“From babysitting and international travel with zero notice to being counsellors for Posh and Becks when they couldn’t talk to any one else — their closest family have done it all.”

David recently announced his retirement from sport.

Apparently now that he is no longer on the playing field, David will put much of his energy into showering his nearest and dearest with presents.

“There will probably be more gifts to follow as David settles down away from playing football,” the source said.

“He has so many people he wants to say thank you to and obviously money is no object.”

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