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Saturday 28 February 2015

Victoria Beckham 'nervous about London'

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - DECEMBER 11: Victoria Beckham attends the press night of 'Viva Forever', a musical based on the music of The Spice Girls at Piccadilly Theatre on December 11, 2012 in London, England. (Photo by Stuart Wilson/Getty Images)
Victoria Beckham

Victoria Beckham reportedly fears for her family’s safety in London.

The designer, along with her soccer player husband David and their four children, moved back to UK after David’s contract with team LA Galaxy ended and he accepted an offer from Paris Saint-Germain FC.

Following the big move, the former Spice Girl reportedly feels a little nervous.

“The Beckhams had their security sorted out by LA Galaxy when they lived in the States, but now they have to source their own back in London and Paris,” a source told British magazine Star.

“Victoria says the move has been unsettling for them all and that she doesn’t feel as safe as she did when they were all in LA. Everything ran like absolute clockwork over there.”

It has previously been reported that Victoria misses her life in the US and is struggling to adapt to London.

In order to ensure kids Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz and Harper feel safe, the 38-year-old is apparently shelling out for top-of-the-range security.

“Obviously their children are their biggest priority, so they’re ensuring they have the best security in the business,” the insider explained.

According to the magazine, the safety measures include bodyguards who plan the family’s moves with military “precision”.

Paris hotels have also been briefed to ensure David is safe when he is over there.

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