Social media posts from the couple have hinted they’re back in the capital despite the government strictly advising against non-essential travel during the pandemic.
David, 44, and Victoria, 45, have already faced huge backlash for deciding to spend the lockdown at their £6 million mansion in the Cotswolds, with locals slamming the couple for their so-called ‘selfie-isolating.’
Are they back? David and Victoria have sparked speculation they’ve returned to their home in London amid the coronavirus lockdown
On Thursday David took to Instagram Stories to share a video of himself joining in with his neighbours clapping for NHS workers.
The video appeared to mimic a London street, in stark contrast to his remote country mansion.
Later the sporting star shared another image of the applause ringing out, with a video from the back of his house.
Bizarre: A post by David on Instagram Stories on Thursday hinted he’d returned to the capital, as he posted a video of his neighbours clapping for NHS workers
That’s not the Cotswolds! Another video showed David filming from the back of his home, as his surroundings were flooded with applause
Hard at work: Meanwhile it seemed that Victoria may have journeyed back to London for work purposes, as she showed a snap of her socially distance colleagues
Meanwhile it seemed that Victoria may have journeyed back to London for work purposes, as that evening she shared a video of her socially distanced working habits.
She wrote: ‘End of design day working remotely with my team.’
Again the space seemed eerily similar to that of the Beckham’s London residence, which Victoria shared another glimpse of in a snap featuring her various deliveries.
MailOnline has contacted representatives for David and Victoria Beckham for comment.
What have you got? Another showed Victoria hard at work in the garden on designs for her fashion brand, but it didn’t seem to be her Cotswolds mansion
Where is it? Again the space seemed eerily similar to that of the Beckham’s London residence, which Victoria shared another glimpse of in a snap featuring her designs
David and Victoria had been spending the coronavirus lockdown in their Cotswolds mansion, but has faced backlash from villagers fearing they may have brought the deadly virus with them
One woman who works at the butchers near their home in Great Tew, Oxfordshire, said: ‘The Beckhams and these other fancy folks who think it’s a good idea to self-isolate in the country are just being selfish.’
A local councillor added: ‘Showing off your beautiful country mansion on social media and telling us all what a wonderful time you’re having is just rubbing our noses in it. The Beckhams and other celebrities are just being stupid, irresponsible and insensitive.’
That’s wrong! David and Victoria had been spending the coronavirus lockdown in their Cotswolds mansion, but has faced backlash from villagers
The Beckhams left their London home to stay at their countryside property before the UK was put on lockdown on March 23.
Although they spend a lot of time there on a regular basis, they have been bombarding their followers with pictures and videos of enjoying a luxurious lockdown in their palatial surrounds.
So many videos have been posted on their feeds that locals have branded their stay ‘selfie-isolation.
Among those posted by Victoria was a video of Harper and Cruz tie-dying clothes in their large garden and another of Harper holding a tray of snacks in their ‘cinema’ room.
David and Victoria were quarantining with their children, Romeo, 17, Cruz, 15 and Harper, eight, – while eldest son Brooklyn, 21, appears to be isolating with girlfriend Nicola Peltz, 25.
Upsetting: The couple have been slammed by villagers for ‘selfie-isolating’, by documenting their time in lockdown on social media