Beckhams back in Britain amid infidelity uproar
David and Victoria Beckham were back in Britain on Monday, plotting their next move in the face of a tabloid frenzy over the England captain's alleged infidelities.
They arrived at their sprawling Hertfordshire home, dubbed "Beckingham Palace," in the early hours of the morning, and Beckham was expected to make a statement after huddling with his advisers.
Speculation was rife that he might consider legal action, after a week-long series of allegations that soccer star Beckham, 28, was unfaithful to his pop star wife Victoria, who turns 30 next weekend.
In a public show of support, Victoria was seen in the stands at Bernabeu stadium on Sunday as Beckham took to the field for Real Madrid for a league match against Osasuna, which they lost 3-0.
Beckham has dismissed as "ludicrous" claims by his erstwhile personal assistant Rebecca Loos, 26, that they had sex together after he moved from Manchester United to Real Madrid while Victoria stayed in Britain.
The furore intensified Sunday when Malaysian-born Sarah Marbeck, 29, told the News of the World newspaper that she had a two-year affair with Beckham that started during a Man U tour in Singapore in July 2001.