David, Victoria, and Harper were on the bottom story of the family home, while one man broke into the upper floor.
Beckham is navigating a difficult narrative.His London mansion, valued at £40 million and located in the Holland Park neighborhood, was recently plundered while a member of his family was present.
Indeed, a man smashed the glass and entered the house’s second level, looting whatever he could find in a room. The incident happened when David, Victoria, and their 10-year-old daughter Harper were on the ground floor.
The couple’s third son, Cruz Beckham, 17, arrived home following a night out with friends around midnight on February 28 and discovered the break-in.
After discovering the upside-down chamber and glass shards on the floor, he must have instantly notified his father.
Before moving in with his kid, the former NFL star reportedly locked his wife and daughter in a room and called the cops. According to the British publication, this tragedy would have “devastated” countless families.
This isn’t the first time the Beckhams have been entangled in a scandal. Two attempts to break into his home in the Cotswolds, southwest England, were made a month apart in 2018.
The burglars’ bodyguards and dogs pursued the property at the time, preventing any valuables from being stolen. The gang was eventually identified as a law enforcement-known family.
Beckham was targeted by a slew of professional robbers in the neighborhood. Fortunately, the assailants only got to one room in the residence before escaping, the English newspaper reported.
Victoria Beckham rose to fame in the early 1990s as a member of the Spice Girls, sometimes known as Posh Spice. The group is the all-time best-selling musical group.
Victoria has been on TV shows such as Ugly Betty and as a guest judge on various reality shows after the Spice Girls split up.