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Victoria Beckham ‘terrified of staying home in London without David’ after burglary

Victoria fears for her family’s safety after masked thieves attacked her London home while David and Harper were downstairs

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Victoria Beckham has said she is afraid to stay at her London home without husband David after thieves broke in.

The family were “shattered” when their £30million Holland Park mansion was attacked while they were indoors.

A masked thief reportedly entered through an upstairs window and made off from a bedroom with a number of items.

Electronics and designer goods are believed to have been stolen while David and Harper were downstairs.

The robbery was only discovered when Cruz, 17, came home after a night out and saw the broken glass and the room ransacked.







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Now Victoria is said to have told her friends that she fears for the safety of her family and is stepping up security to make sure something like this doesn’t happen again.

“Vic is now concerned about being at her home in London and refuses to stay there without David,” a source told Heat magazine.

“They already had state-of-the-art safeguards, but they’re beefing them up even more.”

The insider said Victoria has nightmares and even feels “nervous” during the day.

“She can’t shake the feeling of knowing someone is watching her and enveloping the house,” they added.







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Victoria is said to be putting on a brave face for her 10-year-old daughter Harper but “not taking her eyes off her”.

None of the family members will be staying home for the next few weeks as they all travel to the US to support David’s Inter Miami soccer team earlier in the season.

They will also attend eldest son Brooklyn’s upcoming wedding to American actress and heiress Nicola Peltz on April 9.

Brooklyn, 23, and Nicola, 27, will tie the knot at a palatial beachfront estate in Florida owned by her family.







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The Palm Beach property has 27 bedrooms and is worth a staggering £78million.

There will be plenty of grounds for the celebrity guests to explore as the 44,000 square foot mansion has extensive gardens, beautiful coastal views and a swimming pool.

Fashion bible Vogue is rumored to have snagged exclusive rights to the first images of the bride and groom.

The couple previously confirmed they will be having a “Jewish wedding” due to the model’s heritage and religious beliefs.







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Brooklyn popped the question to the Bates Motel star in June 2020, saying if it wasn’t for Covid they would already be married.

Though proud mum Victoria is happy for Brooklyn, she’s also said to be feeling a little “heartbroken” at losing him when he flies out of the nest.

A source told Closer magazine: “She understands that Nicola’s family will be more involved as she is the bride and they are all in the US – not to mention the wedding is taking place at her family home – but is there this natural insecurity that he is growing ever closer to her family.”

The insider added Victoria is struggling to come to terms with all of her growing up children and considers Brooklyn her “best friend” as well as her eldest child.

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