VB 'putting family first'

Victoria Beckham has apparently asked David to clear his schedule because she wants more family time.

David and Victoria Beckham apparently feel the car crash has put things “into perspective”.

The sportsman and the couple’s 15-year-old son Brooklyn were left shaken up when they were involved in a car accident at the end of last month.

Apparently it’s made the A-list couple – who also have younger sons Romeo and Cruz and little girl Harper – realise what’s important in life.

“The crash has really put things into perspective for both Victoria and David,” and insider told British magazine Star.

“Family is the most important thing to them and they’re committed to spending more quality time together.”

The stars both have busy careers: Victoria as a high-end fashion designer and David also has style and soccer commitments. It doesn’t leave much time for relaxation, but Victoria is apparently hoping to change that.

“Victoria was really shaken up by the crash,” the source revealed. "She was working when it happened and she would never have forgiven herself for that if David and Brooklyn had been seriously hurt.

“She wants to organise more time with her family and has asked David to clear his diary too.”

The accident occurred when David was picking up the teenager from a youth soccer match in London, UK.

The collision left the star’s Audi RS6 badly damaged while the other car involved, apparently a Mitsubishi Colt Coupe Cabriolet, was written off.

Luckily, everyone involved walked away unharmed.
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Sunday, 14. December 2014