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Blessed Beckham

Victoria Beckham tours Brian Blessed’s former home

 

In April, the blog that preceded The Steeple Times featured an article on Clarence House in Richmond.

 

At the time this former school and home of actor Brian Blessed was priced at £22,500,000 but after languishing on the market, the price has been slashed by £4,500,000 to £18,000,000.

 

Victoria Beckham pictured in the garden of Clarence House, 2 The Vineyard, Richmond Hill, Surrey, TW10 6AQ
The front of Clarence House would no doubt need “pap proofing” to suit the privacy requirements of David and Victoria Beckham and their family

In recent days Victoria Beckham has been pictured touring this and other properties in south-west London. No stranger to securing a bargain and worth some £160 million, Mrs Beckham could no doubt slice a little extra off if she decided to proceed. She and her husband are allegedly set to return to the UK and an unnamed source is quoted as revealing:

 

“David has been really missing London and the UK recently. The royal wedding, the Olympics and now Christmas coming up have all made him long for the UK. He talks about being in London a lot and he misses his family, so it would make perfect sense for the family to all move back to Britain. For the Beckhams, Eton [as a school for their sons] would be the ultimate arrival.”

 

Since the pupils of Eton College recently parodied the ‘Gangnam Style’ high-energy Korean disco music, maybe they’ll also embrace the Beckham boys

Perhaps if the couple don’t manage to get their sons to “go Eton Style,” they could reopen Clarence House as a school. The most famous pupil to pass through the doors was Bernardo O’Higgins (1778 – 1842), the liberator and founding father of Chile.

 

To read the original feature on Clarence House, 2 The Vineyard, Richmond Hill, Surrey, TW10 6AQ go to: https://thesteepletimes.com/opulence-splendour/blessed-clarence/

 

Watch the Eton Style Gangam parody at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9FtZkVRkusQ

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