Victoria Beckham ‘struggling with nursery plan'

Victoria Beckham is apparently struggling to cope with being away from her daughter Harper now the tot is going to nursery.

Victoria Beckham is apparently suffering from “empty arms syndrome” after enrolling Harper at a nursery.

The singer-turned-designer has rarely been seen without her daughter since she was born in July 2011, even letting her sit front row when she shows off her new fashion collections.

Now Harper is nearing two Victoria and her husband David have apparently decided she needs to interact with more children her own age. While the star knows it’s the best thing for the tot, she’s reportedly finding it hard.

“Victoria knows it’s healthy for Harper to go to nursery so she can learn how to socialise and make friends. But she says she’s suffering from ‘empty arms syndrome now’. It can’t help that she’s obviously feeling so protective of her children,” an insider told the British edition of Closer magazine.

The couple and their children Harper and three sons Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz recently relocated from Los Angeles to London. The move came after David signed to French soccer team Paris Saint-Germain.

While Victoria is happy to be back in her home country, she is apparently struggling to get used to some of the changes it’s meant for her life.

“Vic misses David when he’s not around, now she hates being apart from Harper. She’s missing her baby talk and her smiles. She gets withdrawal symptoms after being separated for just a few hours,” the source explained.
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Sunday, 24. March 2013