Victoria and David Beckham are reportedly looking to buy a beautiful country mansion in the Cotswolds.
The couple, who once famously owned a country pad called Beckingham Palace in Hertfordshire, have been spotted near Stroud in Gloucestershire on a number of occasions.
The power pair are said to be eyeing up Amberley Court, a stunning six-bedroom mansion set amid 22 acres of Cotswolds countryside.
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The house dates back to 1640, and boasts six reception rooms, an infinity pool, a stables and horse-walker.
There's also a pool house lodge that is home to a further two bedrooms.
The house description on Rightmove reads: "Amberley Court is a beautiful manor house located in a secluded position on the top of a Cotswold escarpment.
"The central part of the property dates from the 1640, date stone in the fifth bedroom, with additional wings being added in the mid 1800s.
"It is said that 'Beechwood' in the novel 'John Halifax, Gentleman' is based on Amberley Court. "
It continues: "Amberley Court has been sympathetically brought into the 21st century. You enter into a large and light entrance hall. A reclaimed Cotswolds limestone fireplace has been added which creates a welcome ambience adding to the period charm.
"The reception and inner hall also now benefit from under floor heating. Leading off the reception hall is a timeless Clive Christian kitchen with a recently opened up breakfast and reception area."
And there's reportedly a lot of buzz about the possible new arrivals among the locals.
Jane Bandy, landlady of the nearby Amberley Inn, told the Western Daily Press: "There have been a couple of people in who have said about it.
"The fact that they were seen in Nailsworth adds fuel to the fire. They haven't popped in for a pint just yet though."
"Another villager said: "Everyone's talking about it - it's quite a place and they have been seen around this area."