David and Victoria Beckham ‘flew to US by private plane before lockdown began’

David and Victoria Beckham reportedly flew their brood by private plane to Miami, narrowly avoiding the impending UK-wide lockdown.

The family are reported to have flown by private plan on Christmas Day to avoid breaking the new Covid travel restrictions placed by Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

Their four children, Brooklyn, 21, Romeo, 18, Cruz, 15, and Harper, 9, are reported to have travelled with them, with the family taking Covid tests before boarding the flight.

The Beckhams planned to see in the New Year with Brooklyn's fiancee, Nicola Peltz, and her family in Florida, The Sun reports.

David had reportedly planned the trip in advance, and was travelling due to work commitments with his football team in the sunshine state – Inter Miami.

A source told the publication: "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."

The showbiz sweethearts will reportedly be homeschooling their children from their Miami home.

Daily Star has contacted David and Victoria's representatives for comment.

Brooklyn's wife-to-be Nicola is originally from New York, but her billionaire dad Nelson Peltz owns a sprawling mansion in Florida's Palm Beach.

Last July, Brooklyn got on bended knee and proposed to the 25-year-old model, using an emerald-cut diamond ring.

The young lovebirds, who first went public with their relationship in 2019, regularly share sweet tributes to their romance over social media.

In October, Brooklyn marked their one-year anniversary, looking to the future by sharing their family plans.

He wrote: "Happy 1 year anniversary baby. I'm the luckiest person to have you by my side x.

"I can not wait to grow old with you and start a family with you. Love you so much."

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