I will not move to Spain, says Victoria Beckham
A defiant Victoria Beckham has no intention of moving to Spain despite her husband David's sex scandal.
According to The Mirror, Victoria has reckoned that it is best for their young sons Brooklyn and Romeo if she stays in England.
"Victoria has no plans to go over there. She says she will not be bullied into doing something she does not feel is right for her boys," revealed a close friend of the former Spice Girl.
The insider added that David, 28, wants to complete at least another season with Real Madrid and Victoria is keen that her children get an English education.
Infact, Victoria is determined that they continue school and nursery classes near the family's mansion in Sawbridgeworth, Herts. She also wants to stay close to her parents Tony and
Jackie, who live in nearby Goff's Oak, adds the report. However, Victoria has been under immense pressure to end rumours that her marriage is in crisis by uprooting to Spain.
Victoria's friend said, "David has told her there is no truth in the allegations and she believes him. She insists there is no need for them to change a system which works perfectly well just because of lies."
Denying rumours of a rift, sources in the Beckham camp pointed out that the couple has often spent time apart because of their demanding careers.
They said that even before his transfer to Spain, David had to be away from home because of commitments to Manchester United and England.
"They probably see as much of each other now during his spell at Real Madrid than they ever have done. They are able to spend two or three nights a week together on average and Posh frequently visits him with the children," the report quoted an insider as saying.
Victoria's decision to stay put was revealed as Becks denied secretly admitting he'd had a fling with Rebecca Loos.
He hit out at a newspaper claim that he privately told Posh, "Yes, I did have the affair and I did send Rebecca the texts," says the report.