Where the Beckhams are spending the half term holidays

David and Victoria Beckham have jetted off to Los Angeles with their children during the half term break. The couple, who have a home in California, attended a SoulCycle exercise class together on Tuesday.

Both David and Victoria looked gym ready; the former footballer donned a black vest and shorts paired with a backwards baseball cap and sunglasses, and carried a pair of cycling shoes as he made his way to the car with his wife.



David and Victoria Beckham attended a SoulCycle class together on Tuesday

Meanwhile Victoria traded her usual glamorous style for a grey hoodie with SoulCycle branded exercise pants and trainers. She wore her long brunette hair down and covered up with a baseball cap and sunglasses as she left the cult exercise class.

David was pictured jetting into LA with his 13-year-old son Romeo on Sunday as the teenager began his half term holidays from school. The family often spend their time off in California, and also enjoyed an extended stay in the US together during the summer holidays.

The couple's united front comes just weeks after they took steps to dismiss rumours that their marriage is in trouble. Victoria, who celebrated her 16th wedding anniversary with David in July, insisted the couple have "nothing to prove".


The Beckhams also spent the summer holidays in LA

"I am blessed to have a wonderful husband and beautiful, healthy, happy children," she told Grazia. Yes, we travel a lot with our respective businesses and charitable commitments, but we always make time for each other as a couple and as a family."

She added: "David and I have nothing to prove. We love each other, look out for each other and are strong as both partners and parents."

Indeed both David and Victoria have both been travelling a lot lately with their respective careers. While Victoria has spent time in Ethiopia working with the UN, David has been working in Lisbon as well as at home in the UK.

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