David and Victoria Beckham are planning a £5 million renovation on their new £40 million mansion - which will reportedly include two rooms dedicated to the former Spice Girl's shoe collection.
David and Victoria Beckham have spent £40 million on their new home, and will spend a further £5 million on renovations.
The couple reportedly have huge plans for their mansion, which includes two rooms for the former Spice Girl's shoes and every bathroom will have a waterproof plasma TV.
Speaking to The Sun on Sunday newspaper, a source said: ''They have been working to a new schedule since David retired from football.
''The new place is a project - and a place for the kids, particularly Harper.
''It will be hear memories of a childhood home when she is older. And what a childhood she is going to have.''
The stars - who also have sons Brooklyn, 14, Romeo, 11, and eight-year-old Cruz - want to convert the west London town house to meet their every need, which also reportedly includes a room dedicated to ''hairdressing manicures and make up''.
While, the second floor is said to be for the children - with each bedroom coming with its own en-suite bathroom - guests on the floor above will ever have their own bar.
Parking is situated under the home, with the lower ground floor said to include a study, a gym and massage room, three service rooms and a garden.
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