David Beckham is the subject of a new four-part Netflix documentary directed by Fisher Stevens.
With never-seen-before footage, the docuseries follows Beckham’s meteoric rise from humble beginnings to global football stardom.
And as well as giving fans a glimpse into previously untold stories about his life and career, it shows his lavish country home in the UK.
As part of filming, the cameras followed David, 48, and his wife Victoria, 49, around their mansion in the Cotswolds.
Apparently, the couple snapped up the country retreat for a reported $7.4 million back in 2016.
But, unlike their famed ‘Beckingham Palace’ – which reportedly had leopard print walls and mirrored ceilings – the Beckham’s Cotswold mansion is far more muted and sophisticated.
The Soho farmhouse-inspired home, with its hardwood flooring and exposed brickwork walls, underwent a major renovation after the couple moved in with their kids.
The property now boasts a sauna, plunge pool, football pitch, gym, swimming pool, and a $60,000 safari tent in the grounds for entertaining.
Some of the scenes shot in the documentary show Posh and Becks chatting to cameras or relaxing in their rustic living room.
In one shot, Victoria is seen lounigng on a huge Chesterfield green velvet sofa, estimated to cost around $12,000.
Apparently, it comes with a footstool which cost around $3,500 and a gray armchair worth $6,000.
There’s a huge drinks cabinet and supermarket lamps in the living room, too, as well as family photos adorning the walls.
Other rooms of the house are also seen, like the couple’s rustic kitchen.
Its details include a traditional pizza oven, a breakfast bar and a large leather sofa nearby, big enough for the whole family to gather around the fireplace.
The kitchen also has large glass doors that open out onto the garden, where David Beckham keeps his bees and produces his own honey.
Aside from their Cotswold property, the pair also own a $30 million mansion in West London, as well as others in Dubai and Miami.