David Beckham had a fun night out in London yesterday, dining at the Cow pub with his best pal, Dave Gardner, as well as Stella McCartney and her husband, Alasdhair Willis.
David Beckham had a fun night out in London yesterday, dining at the Cow pub with his best pal, Dave Gardner, as well as Stella McCartney and her husband, Alasdhair Willis. The soccer star has been at home in the UK for the past week, linking up with his mom for a traditional meal of pie and mash and even fitting in some exercise sessions. His wife, Victoria, meanwhile, is home in LA with their four children and has been busy with work of her own, including a photo shoot for Us magazine.
Despite the evening out, David was up this morning to visit with children at London's Vaughan Primary School, who won a competition organized by the grocery story Sainsbury's to promote paralympic sports and exercise. While there, David addressed the possibility of more Beckham children! He also spoke about his family's roots in America and what he likes to do when in the UK. David said:
- On having more kids: "If we have one or two more — two might scare Victoria but we will see."
- On his baby girl, Harper: "It is going to be amazing watching her grow up. With three boys there is a lot of energy in the house. They are constantly on the go from the moment they wake up to the moment they sleep. Harper is totally different. She is relaxed and feminine. Everything about her is feminine. Having a little girl still amazes me every time I change her nappy."
- On staying put in LA: "There are always rumours about us moving. Right now our children are settled in America and it is not right to move from country to country and move them out of their school. We are settled in America and we have loved living there for almost six years now. We will always miss England. One day we will move back but right now the kids are doing well. I always miss London. It is one of the reasons why when I am here I always go and have pie and mash with my mum or dad and also go and see my nan."