He was reported to be giving her the gift of privacy with a £7million private island in the Caribbean.  

But David Beckham, 42, has denied he is buying wife Victoria Beckham, 43, a Caribbean island, 20 years since he first locked eyes on her. A source told MailOnline: 'It's completely false.'  The Daily Star had reported that the retired sports star was allegedly set to splash out £7million on the remote yet beautiful Bird Cay in the South Berry Islands, Nassau.

The stunning 250-acre plot boasts 4.75 miles of beaches, a mansion complete with guest house and five cottages for members of staff. David had also been thought to be considering purchasing Sandy Cay in The Abacos in the Bahamas, as well as the Toad Hall Estate in the British Virgin Islands.

Victoria recently called her husband - with whom she raises children Brooklyn, 18, Romeo, 14, Cruz, eleven and five-year-old Harper - her soulmate during an appearance on the Today show. Victoria spoke about her family, saying of David: 'He's my soulmate. He's the most incredible husband. We complement each other.

'He inspires me every day, with the children, the way he treats me; it just works. We are lucky to have each other.' David also spoke about his marriage in January while appearing on Desert Island Discs. He explained: 'We’ve got strong parents. We were brought up with the right values.'

'Of course you make mistakes over the years, and we all know marriage is difficult at times but it’s about working through it.'

The couple married in a lavish ceremony in at Luttrellstown Castle in Ireland in 1999, complete with thrones, crowns and a big bucks magazine deal.

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