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Swapping the snow for sunshine: Victoria Beckham takes Harper and her boys back to LA

05 APRIL 2013

Britain's current cold spell must have come as a bit of a shock to the Beckhams after six years living in LA, so Victoria Beckham and her brood have escaped the freezing temperatures in London and headed back to the States for some warmer weather.

On Thursday, the famous family were spotted heading out for some lunch in Beverly Hills, with Victoria carrying her own little ray of sunshine, daughter Harper Seven Beckham.

 

Victoria Beckham

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The little girl, 20 months, was wearing a sunny yellow dress and matching shoes, with a bow in her hair, as she was treated to lunch with her mum and big brothers at the Jack 'n' Jill bakery.

Victoria was fashionably dressed in a Jonathan Saunders blue and burgundy camisole and a pair of flared jeans. With her husband David Beckham back in Europe training with Paris St-Germain, Victoria and her clan were joined by her sister Louise and her children, making it a real family affair.

Boys Brooklyn, 14, Romeo, 10 and Cruz, eight, looked happy to be back in LA. The family recently returned to Britain as Victoria focuses on her fashion career and David plays for his new club in France. While the children are said to be adjusting well back in the UK, they have been missing their old life.

 

Victoria Beckham



"Romeo and Cruz are really homesick for LA because it's where they spent so much time before David's move," a source told the Sun. "As a treat this summer, David has enrolled them in their old LA soccer teams, so they can play the sport with the American pals they've missed so much."

David recently spoke out about his children, saying that he and Victoria try and let them lead as normal a life as possible.

"My eldest (Brooklyn) now is at the age where he wants to do things and he wants to go places and you have to hold him back, or we have to hold him back," he said. "You have to explain it to him that there are certain things he can't do. But to be honest, with our children, we let them do 99 per cent of things they want to do because we want them to lead a normal life."