David and Victoria Beckham reportedly flew via private jet to see in the New Year in Miami, allegedly celebrating at the £30 million mansion of Nicola Peltz's family.
According to The Sun, the power couple embarked on the journey on Christmas Day, crossing the Atlantic in the safety of a private jet amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
They were reportedly joined by their offspring Romeo, 18, Cruz, 15, Harper, nine, and 21-year-old Brooklyn, who is engaged to American actress Nicola Peltz, 25.
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However, a source has also told the publication that David, 45, flew to Florida with his wife Victoria, 46, and their children because he has business there with his footballer team, Inter Miami.
The source said: 'David and Victoria had been planning this trip for months. David needed to be in Miami in January on Inter Miami duty because it's the start of the MLS pre-season, and he is helping recruit new players.
'He also hadn’t been able to get there since last March due to restrictions so it was an important trip. After spending Christmas morning at their Cotwsolds home - which was Tier Two at the time - they all took Covid Tests before safely flying from a local airport via private jet to Florida.
"Once in the US, Brooklyn was reunited with Nicola, and the two families spent some lovely quality time together. Unfortunately, and in a scenario beyond their control, since being Stateside, lockdown mk iii came into effect.'
Family: They were reportedly joined by their offspring Romeo, 18, Cruz, 15, Harper, nine, and 21-year-old Brooklyn, who is engaged to American actress Nicola
As a result of the latest lockdown, which was announced since the New Year, The Sun is reporting that the stars plan to homeschool their children remotely in the US for the next several weeks.
MailOnline has contacted representatives for David and Victoria Beckham for comment.
According to Tier 4 rules in place that were in place over much of the UK before the New Year, travel abroad is restricted unless it is for business purposes.
With the same restrictions applying as the nation is plunged into a third lockdown, Brits currently abroad can return to the UK, but are required to isolate for five days after testing negative for novel coronavirus.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Across the Atlantic: Brooklyn spends time between the US and UK with his fiancée Nicola Peltz
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