Victoria Beckham insists she and husband David ''have no plans'' to move out of London and says her family are ''proud to be British''.
David and Victoria Beckham ''have no plans'' to move out of London.
The A-list couple moved back to the UK capital with their four kids - Brooklyn, 14, Romeo, 11, Cruz, eight, and two-year-old Harper - after David left soccer team the Los Angeles Galaxy last year, and despite rumours they may move back to the United States, Victoria insists the family are happy where they are.
The fashion designer, who is currently wowing critics with her new spring/summer 2014 collection at New York Fashion Week, told the MailOnline: ''You know, I'm so happy to be back in London, we all are. The kids go to fantastic schools, they have lots of friends and our family live in London. We're very proud to be British.
''I love LA as well. It's great to go back when the children have time off school. Spending time in New York is great, there's such an energy here, but London is our home - we have no plans to move. That's where we're staying.''
Victoria, 39, and David, 38, recently spent a summer vacation at their Los Angeles home and are no strangers to jetting around the world, but the style guru feels most inspired in her home country.
The Spice Girl - who was born in Harlow, Essex, South East England - said: ''I travel a lot, so I get influenced by lots of different places, but I'm enjoying London. I work every day and spend time with my family. London is an incredible city.''
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