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The Beckhams jet into London after weekend break in Paris

22 APRIL 2013

The Beckhams jetted back to London on Sunday after a fun-filled weekend in Paris.

Victoria Beckham and her four-strong brood had flown to the French capital on Friday to watch her footballer husband David Beckham play for Paris Saint-Germain against Nice.

It was a family affair at the football match, with Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz and Harper all present, along with David's mother Sandra, his sister Joanne and Victoria's mother Jackie Adams.

 

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The two mums were spotted chatting as David and his team triumphed with a 3-0 win.

The whole family then enjoyed a spot of sightseeing in the City of Light, visiting the famous Louvre museum. Brooklyn carried a tired-looking Harper as they made their way out of the museum, while Victoria held hands with son Romeo.

It is thought that Victoria also indulged in some retail therapy while in the shopping capital.

The family had to wave goodbye to David on Sunday evening. They were unable to stay in France due to fashion designer Victoria's work commitments in London so hopped onto a private jet to take them home.

 

 

David's sons were also spotted honing their footballing skills in Paris.

Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz were seen practising their moves with dad David and his Paris Saint-Germain teammates at the French club's ground, Camp des Loges on Friday.

Brooklyn, 14, Romeo, 10, and Cruz, 8, had fantastic fun training with the club's star players Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Thiago Silva.

Romeo and Cruz looked particularly cute in their personalised Paris Saint-Germain shirts, which had their famous surname on the backs.

The boys were reunited with David after he was unable to join them in celebrating Victoria's birthday last week. The fashion designer went for dinner with her family at stylish Japanese eatery Nobu in Mayfair.

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