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David 'letting Victoria thrive at work'

Published 09/06/2015

David and Victoria Beckham
David and Victoria Beckham

David Beckham is said to be more than happy to spend more time at home so Victoria can grow her business.

The two stars make up one of the world's most powerful couples, and as well as being hugely successful in their work fields, they are also proud parents to four children.

And now David has retired from professional football he's been able to take on more duties at home, allowing Victoria to expand her fashion empire.

"David and Victoria agreed a couple of months ago that this should be her year. Given that work isn't crazy for him right now, he was happy to spend more time at home with the children so that she could concentrate on her brand," an insider told British magazine Grazia.

"She's got lots of exciting projects coming up that she wants to get her teeth into and she wouldn't have been able to travel as much without David's help and support. All the travel is tiring, but her family time is extremely important to her, it's a real juggling act."

Victoria recently ruled out having any more children, but did outline big plans for her namesake label including menswear, children's offerings and shoes. She also hinted that a high street collaboration could be on the cards.

It isn't all work for the 41-year-old though, and she'll always make time for romance.

"They have a lot of quality together time, but David seems happy to be at home because he knows how important this time is for Victoria," the source said.

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