Victoria Beckham returns from £6m Cotswolds estate as she’s spotted driving £93k G Wagon in London

VICTORIA Beckham is finally back in London after retreating to her £6million Cotswolds estate back in March.

The fashion designer, 46, and the rest of her famous family escaped to the countryside to spend lockdowns in their converted barn in the Great Tew estate, located in Chipping Norton.

Victoria has been able to go about doing her daily tasks in the stunning pad over the past year and has successfully shown that she can work from home.

Not only that, but she's also been able to spend lots of quality time with her family, including filming son Cruz, 15, singing and working out in their home gym with husband David, 45.

But now that Christmas is around the corner, the Beckham's are back in London ahead of the new restrictions coming into place tomorrow.

The mum-of-four was seen driving around the capital in her shiny black Mercedes-Benz G-Class.



Victoria looked stylish as ever behind the wheel with some classic oversized shades on and styled her gorgeous brunette locks into a centre parting.

The family and their three dogs Sage, Olive and Fig have retreated back to their £31million home in Holland Park to celebrate the festive season.

Their London mansion features its very own gym, a wine cellar, huge walk-in-wardrobe and a spotless kitchen.

Back in 2016, the married couple spent £8million on their London pad to renovate it into their dream family home – despite owning properties all over the world that total up to £62million.


The recent snaps come just days after the former Spice Girl Beckham recently showed off her incredible figure in plunging top and leggings to promote her makeup line.

She put on a rare sexy display as she flashed the flesh while showing off her stunning new look.

"A rare red lip moment!" Victoria commented, sharing the snaps on Instagram.

"Wearing Posh Lipstick in Pop to remind you that for the first time ever @victoriabeckhambeauty have 20% off everything."

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