David and Victoria Beckham are moving back to England. The couple – who are currently expecting their fourth child, a girl, together – are said to be planning a return home when the soccer star’s contract with his current club Los Angeles Galaxy runs out at the end of the year.
A source said: “David and Victoria have made a real go of living in America and it’s become a second home to them. “They love Los Angeles and will always have a base there. But David’s contract will run out soon and they’ve started thinking about the future. He’s keen to finish his career at an English club if possible, though he hasn’t ruled out other options.
“Victoria is torn because she’s made so many friends in California and loves the lifestyle, but she misses her family in the UK a lot.”
One reason behind their move back to the UK is the couple’s desire to have their sons Brooklyn, 12, Romeo, eight, and six-year-old Cruz educated in England, with Victoria, 36, reportedly making a visit to private day school Haberdashers’ Aske’s Boys School earlier this week to discuss sending them there.
A source told the News of the World newspaper: “She hates the idea of them becoming stuck up and spoiled like a lot of American kids. And there’s a part of them both that would love to see their kids educated at a UK school while they are in their teens.”
Cheryl Cole always takes her slippers on nights out.
The ‘Parachute’ hitmaker is happy to wear uncomfortable high-heeled shoes because she secretly keeps her comfiest footwear to change into as soon as she leaves an event.
She told InStyle magazine: “I adore Charlotte Olympia shoes. The heel is so high, but you have to suffer for your art. They’re sitting down shoes.
“I love how lots of girls swap flats for heels when they get to work.
“I’ve just discovered a lot of them carry fold-up ballet pumps. I usually put my big fluffy slippers in my car to change into after an event. But I’d look much cooler in those ballet shoes!”
Cheryl has previously admitted she carries a large handbag to cram as much as possible into – including spare shoes.
She said: “People often say, ‘What on earth do you have a handbag that size for?’ but you’d be surprised what you can fit in it. I get a whole make-up bag in there, serum, some face wipes and, if I’m travelling, I’ve been known to stuff a pair of shoes in too – I’m not joking!”