David and Victoria Beckham anger Cotswold neighbors for being isolated in second home

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David and Victoria Beckham apparently angered their Cotswold neighbors by moving to their second home to isolate themselves during the coronavirus pandemic.

The famous couple live in their £ 6 million second home with their children Romeo, 17, Cruz, 15 and Harper, eight, while their eldest son Brooklyn, 21, is in America with his girlfriend Nicola Peltz.

But it seems that their neighbors are not too happy.

Some have criticized the former footballer and Spice Girls star for heading to their rural refuge, calling them selfish.

A woman who works in a butcher shop near the Beckhams’ home in Great Tew, Oxfordshire, told MailOnline: “The Beckhams and these other fanciful people who think it’s a good idea to isolate themselves in the country are just selfish. “



Victoria and David are locked up with their three youngest children

A local counselor felt the same way, saying, “Showing your beautiful country house on social media and telling us all how wonderful you are just by rubbing our noses.” The Beckhams and other celebrities are just stupid, irresponsible and insensitive. ”

Others felt the need to point out that the couple will not receive any special treatment in local stores and will have to wait their turn while the vulnerable and elderly are served first.

The Beckhams had made their way to their country home before the UK was taken into custody on March 23.



David jogged to stay in shape



Harper did a lot of activities with his parents

They spend time there regularly, but this time they documented it a lot more on social media, sharing many photos and videos of their beautiful surroundings.

The family also showed their support for the NHS by joining people across the UK every Thursday to participate in Clap For Carers.

Posh Spice and fashion designer Victoria also recently shared a video of herself FaceTiming an NHS team to thank them for their hard work as they fight the pandemic on the front lines.



David and Victoria’s neighbors would be unhappy with them

She wrote: “NHS FaceTime

“Yesterday I had the humility to speak to an NHS team in Scotland. Please take a look and listen to what they say. They are so inspiring and we all have to do our part to stay home and help these amazing workers and their front-line colleagues x VB ”

Mirror Online contacted David and Victoria’s representative for comments.

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