David and Victoria Beckham's sons said goodbye to their schoolmates at the Curtis School in Los Angeles at a special assembly before Christmas.
The Beckham children have said goodbye to their Los Angeles schoolmates.
Their father David recently quit his soccer team LA Galaxy and with the entire family including wife Victoria, sons Brooklyn, 13, Romeo, 10, and Cruz, seven, and 18-month-old daughter Harper set to move back to the UK, the Curtis School in Los Angeles bid goodbye to its famous students just before Christmas.
A source told RadarOnline: ''On the last day before school broke for Christmas vacation, the headmaster of the school announced at an assembly for the entire student body that the Beckhams were moving back to London. Both Victoria and David were at the flag ceremony assembly, and were very touched at the outpouring of love from the school.''
While David hasn't yet decided where his next professional move will be, he and Victoria have already enrolled their sons in a London school.
A source previously said: ''For David and Victoria, the children come first. They have spent months researching schools and after visiting a few earlier this month, have found one they agree on.
''It's an independent school and will not be fazed by having celebrity children on its books. Both David and Victoria's families are all delighted too as a return to London means they will see so much more of the children.''
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