David Beckham shares damage from Storm Henk (Picture: Stephane Cardinale – Corbis/Corbis via Getty Images)
David Beckham’s gorgeous family home in the Cotswolds, worth a whopping £6million, has been left damaged thanks to Storm Henk.
The storm has been wreaking havoc on the UK, with flooding impacting much of the country – including fellow A-Lister George Clooney’s £12million mansion.
Wind speeds of up to 94mph ravaged the country, with scaffolding pulled off buildings and people being blown over as well as David’s tree.
Sharing a picture on his story, the former England captain wrote: ‘Could have been worse. Still gutted.’
He said he was ‘gutted’ by the tree falling (Picture: David Beckham/Instagram)
David fed his chickens after inspecting the tree (Picture: David Beckham/Instagram)
David then shared a video of himself feeding the new chickens, which Victoria got him for Christmas, captioned: ‘In other news.’
On Christmas Day, Posh had announced she had got her husband a ‘massive cock’ as a present as a baffled Becks looked at his new chicken coop.
Youngest son Cruz, 18, who lives with them, was then shown chasing chickens around trying to catch one particularly evasive bird.
The family all spend plenty of time at the Cotswolds home (Picture: Anthony Harvey/Shutterstock)
In December 2016, the famed duo reportedly splashed out £6.15 million for their family home, which features a swimming pool, football pitch and a £50,000 BBQ tent.
The family is incredibly close, having headed on a festive holiday together to the Bahamas before returning to the UK.
After the festivities, David used a happy New Year post to poke fun at Victoria for her ‘working class’ claims in their Netflix documentary Beckham.
The couple had a child-free New Year’s Eve meal at The Ritz restaurant in London with the former Spice Girl and her parents.
David captioned the snap: ‘Just a nice casual New Year’s Eve lunch at The Ritz @victoriabeckham. Very working class my mother and father-in-law left in there Roll’s.’
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