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Saturday 19 April 2014

Victoria Beckham 'plotting US return'

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Rex Features (1980626g) Victoria Beckham Victoria by Victoria Beckham show, Spring/Summer 2013, Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, New York, America - 11 Sep 2012

Victoria Beckham is reportedly planning to take her family back to America, despite only returning to the UK a few weeks ago.

Victoria, husband David and their four children - Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz and baby daughter Harper - recently returned to London, with soccer star David signing a five-month deal with French team Paris Saint-Germain.

Despite only just returning to their native UK after spending years in Los Angeles, Victoria is apparently considering her exit strategy already.

"Victoria is all about finding normality for the kids and she thinks that could be in LA. There, they can go around without being mobbed by paparazzi and they have a strong network of friends. She's so determined to make sure going back is always an option that there are still three security guards at the LA home as well as a live-in housekeeper," a source revealed to Heat magazine.

"They'll definitely head back mid-summer and the boys cannot wait. The boys are all very Americanised now. They've spent almost all their lives there."

Despite Victoria's plans to move back to the US, her decision has been made harder thanks to David's love of London.

"David prefers it over here," the insider added. "He's a London boy and all his friends are here."

In his Parisian press conference, David - who recently departed from US soccer team LA Galaxy - revealed that his family could never commit to staying in Europe all their lives though.

"I enjoyed living [in LA] and my family enjoyed living there and I've always said my commitment to football in the United States will continue," he said.

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