Victoria Beckham has canceled speculation that her family had moved from the Cotswolds to London amid the ongoing coronavirus shutdown.
On Thursday evening, David and Victoria sparked speculation that they would have returned home to London, but a few hours later, the former Spice Girl shared a snapshot of a birthday bike ride – confirming that ‘They were still in their field skate.
The couple’s social media posts have hinted that they are back in the capital despite the government’s strict disapproval of non-essential travel during the pandemic.
Bikini around town: Victoria Beckham has canceled speculation that her family has moved from the Cotswolds to London amid the ongoing coronavirus shutdown
Victoria donned a Reebok tracksuit while she was sitting on her bike, which was a confirmation that they hadn’t returned to London.
David went to Instagram Stories on Thursday to share a video of himself joining his neighbors cheering for NHS workers. The video appeared to mimic a London street, in stark contrast to its distant country mansion.
The sports star later shared another image of resounding applause, with a video from the back of her house.
Meanwhile, it looked like Victoria had returned to London for work, because that evening she shared a video of her socially distanced work habits – but has since clarified that this was not the case.
Have they returned? David and Victoria sparked speculation that they would have returned home to London amid the coronavirus shutdown
Weird: On Thursday evening, David and Victoria sparked speculation that they would have gone home to London, but a few hours later, the former Spice Girl shared a snapshot of a birthday bike ride – which has confirmed that they were still in their field skate
She wrote, “End of the design day by working remotely with my team. Again, the space seemed similar to that of Beckham’s London residence, which Victoria shared another glimpse of in the blink of an eye featuring her various deliveries.
David and Victoria were in quarantine with their children, Romeo, 17, Cruz, 15 and Harper, eight – while the eldest son Brooklyn, 21, seems to be isolated with his girlfriend Nicola Peltz, 25.
The family have already faced a huge backlash for deciding to pass the foreclosure of their 6 million pound mansion in the Cotswolds, with locals criticizing the couple for their so-called “selfie-isolation.”
David and Victoria had passed the coronavirus lockdown in their Cotswold mansion, but faced violent reactions from villagers fearing they had brought the deadly virus with them – meaning a return to London would be more shocking.
It’s not the Cotswolds! Another video shows David filming from the back of his house, while his surroundings were inundated with applause
Hard at Work: Meanwhile, it seemed like Victoria had returned to London for work, while showing a snapshot of her socially distant colleagues
A woman who works at butchers near their homes in Great Tew, Oxfordshire, said, “The Beckhams and these other fanciful people who think it’s a good idea to isolate themselves in the country are just selfish . “
An advisor added, “Show off your beautiful country house on social media and let us know how much fun you have just by rubbing your nose. The Beckhams and other celebrities are stupid, irresponsible and insensitive. ‘
The Beckhams left their London home to stay on their country property before the United Kingdom was locked out on March 23.
Although they regularly spend a lot of time there, they have bombarded their subscribers with photos and videos to take advantage of a luxurious lock in their palatial entourage.
What do you have? Another showed Victoria working hard in the garden on designs for her fashion brand, but that didn’t seem like her Cotswold mansion
Where is it? Again, the space seemed strangely similar to that of Beckham’s London residence, which Victoria shared another glimpse of in the blink of an eye with her creations.
Victoria celebrated her birthday with longing for her big day as she shared a series of childhood photos on Instagram.
The former Spice Girl noted that under lockdown, it was a “stranger than usual birthday,” but it had made her feel grateful for her health and her family.
Along with a video montage of adorable shots, she wrote, “It’s my birthday. Maybe a stranger birthday than usual.
MailOnline has contacted David and Victoria Beckham representatives for comments.
Adorable: Victoria celebrated her birthday with a bit of nostalgia on her big day by sharing a series of childhood photos on Instagram
It’s wrong! David and Victoria had passed the coronavirus lockout in their Cotswold mansion, but faced violent reactions from villagers
On the eve of Victoria’s birthday, furious neighbors of Gordon Ramsay threatened to “report him to the police” as they continued to criticize the famed chief for locking up his £ 4.4 million second home in Cornwall.
Television personality, 53, was targeted by local residents on social media, who accused him of “flouting government regulations” and claimed he could have “brought the coronavirus to Cornwall” when he decided to move his family from London to their Manor Beach.
One of them was raging: “Don’t you realize that by doing this, you may have brought the virus with you and because Cornwall is not your main residence, if you and your family get sick , you will put even more pressure on an already fragile infrastructure. ”
Rita Ora, on the other hand, is said to have “made the inhabitants furious by passing the COVID-19 lock on a rented farm 150 miles from her London home”.
Upsetting: The couple have been criticized by the villagers for having “isolated” themselves, by documenting their locking time on social networks
Angry: The day before David’s last set of photos, furious neighbors of Gordon Ramsay have threatened to “report him to the police” as they continue to criticize the famous chief for spending the lockout on his second 4.4 million pound house in Cornwall
Rita is believed to be staying with five people on rural Cotswold property in the south-west of England on a booked trip before the coronavirus pandemic takes over the nation, the group working on their new album.
Rita and her friends are said to have left the locals furious after being “chased” on nearby public trails and drones were used to “follow” them. His detachment was also reportedly “shouted by a farmer” after entering private land.
The star arrived at the farm on March 21 before Prime Minister Boris Johnson detained the UK to fight the coronavirus crisis, reports The Sun.
The publication also claims that a local wrote about a group of online residents: “Surely she should follow the rules and have stayed in f ****** London? “
Cotswolds: Rita Ora reportedly “enraged residents by spending COVID-19 lockout on rented farm 150 miles from her home in London”