Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 27 August 2014

Victoria Beckham missing David 'like crazy'

Victoria Beckham, Harper Beckham

Victoria Beckham was reportedly disappointed to spend her birthday without husband David last week.

The fashion designer and her four children have been living in London for the past few months, while soccer star David is with his new club in Paris. Spending time apart has been tough for Victoria, particularly because she didn’t see him on her 39th birthday last week.

“Vic understood why he couldn’t be there, but it was the first time she’d spent her birthday without him in 13 years and it really upset her,” a source told British magazine Heat. “Vic doesn’t like to spend so long away from him, and the fact he also missed her birthday was upsetting.

“David and Victoria have both been incredibly busy in the last few months. When they were in LA, they had more family time, but since their move to the UK – and David’s new job in Paris – it’s made things much more difficult. Vic misses him like crazy.”

Victoria spent her birthday in London with her children and close pal Tana Ramsay, the wife of celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay. The group enjoyed dinner at upmarket Japanese restaurant Nobu in Mayfair, and she visited a health club earlier in the day.

“Of course she loved spending it with her kids and Brooklyn has been a great support to her, helping out with Harper, but it wasn’t the same as them all being together as a family,” the source added.

David “pulled out all the stops” to make up for not being there and planned a special trip for Victoria and the children to visit him in Paris last weekend.

The whole family were seen enjoying a spot of sightseeing around the City of Lights last Saturday.

“David loves Vic more than anything, but his career is important to him, too. He didn’t want to miss her birthday and wanted to make it up to her,” revealed an insider.

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