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Lots of bathrooms for the Beverly Hill Beckhams
by Mike Woitalla, May 2nd, 2007 9AM
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[PHOTOS] Los Angeles Galaxy-bound David Beckham, who turns 32 today, and wife Victoria have reportedly purchased a six-bedroom, nine-bathroom house in Beverly Hills for $22 million. People magazine reported that the Beckhams, who have children age 8, 4, and 2, "had struggled to find a home in Los Angeles as sellers raised prices when they learned the famous couple were interested."

People quotes a "family friend" as saying, "The house they've chosen is big but not huge That said, it is big enough for them as a family of five, along with additional space for family members that will visit from Britain. They needed a fair amount of extra room for visitors as [guests] will stay a while longer than [they did during] visits to them in Spain." When the Beckhams arrive in June, NBC will broadcast a six-part reality series tracking their relocation from Spain.

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