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Beckham’s Are Back In Maldives For An Exclusive New Year’s Celebration

David Beckham with Victoria beckham and kids wearing black and white suits
David Beckham's, the former English football superstar and his family are absolutely in love with Maldives, which is why they returned

David Beckham, the former English football superstar and his family are absolutely in love with Maldives, which is why they are returning to the island nation for the third time for New Year’s celebrations. Prior to this, we saw them having a blast and ending the years 2012 and 2015 in Maldives.

This year David and Victoria, accompanied by their three sons and daughter, plan to throw an exclusive and glamorous party in Maldives. Old pals Gordon Ramsay and his wife Tana Ramsay will be joining the family this New Year’s Eve.  

In 2012 and 2015, he stayed at the One & Only Reethi Rah Resort. Going by the reports of the British media, this power family will be spending their vacation at the Amilla Fushi Resort in Baa atoll this year.

Another news that has been doing rounds on the Internet is about Mel C, Victoria’s former Spice Girls band mate, performing at the party along with her partner Joe Marshall. We found the British tabloid newspaper; The Sun, quoting a source as saying, “Victoria has been the instigator for the whole trip. There was no way Mel was going to turn down the invite as the gig will be something special.”

Various British media sources have reported that high-key celebrities have also been invited to perform at the exclusive Beckham bash. However, the exclusivity is kept up as there have not been any more specific details revealed.

On previous occasions, Beckham’s was found describing Maldives to be one of his favorite holiday destinations.

We’re sure the Beckham’s are going to have a great time. It is a proud moment to know how Maldives has etched its memories in the hearts of this famous family.

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