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Friday 22 August 2014

Victoria Beckham 'worries about David partying'

Victoria Beckham

Victoria Beckham has allegedly crafted a plan to help keep David busy.

The 39-year-old singer-turned-fashion designer shares four children with her husband David, who has recently announced his retirement from the sport.

Sources say Victoria has started to worry about all the spare time her partner now has on his hands, and fears he will seek excitement in clubs rather than on the pitch.

"Victoria knows that David always puts his family first, but she worries about him getting bored and having loads of nights out with his mates without [soccer] to keep him busy," an insider told UK magazine Closer. "She knows girls try to hit on him when he hangs out with the guys and she doesn't want him to be put in any difficult situations."

Insiders revealed that Victoria has crafted a plan to help keep her husband out of trouble. The star has allegedly given him a full program of chores and household improvement tasks. She has also allowed some scheduled fun times, namely civilised dinner parties with their friend celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay and his wife.

"Victoria's filled his diary with a list of jobs, including house-hunting for a new place in London," the insider continued. "Victoria's invited over the Ramsays for dinner, so they can catch up in a family environment. Her children are her priority and she can't wait to spend more time as a family."

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