Beckhams’ Nanny Quits After Argument With Posh

News of the World reports former Spice Girl got in an angry argument with her nanny Abigail Gibson after Posh’s sister Louise said she had spotted Gibson chatting with Dannielle Heath, the singer’s ex-beautician who had claimed to have had an affair with Posh’s hubby David, at a nightclub. The row prompted Gibson to quit, becoming the third member of the Beckhams’ household staff to quit in the last four months. “Abigail is heartbroken. She loves Brooklyn and Romeo and they love her, but it looks like they might never see her again,” an insider said. “It all started when Posh’s sister Louise spotted Abigail in a nightclub talking to Dannielle.”

Posh Okay With Staying In Madrid

Former Spice Girl Victoria Beckham’s sister Louise Adams tells New magazine that the singer is relaxed about staying in Spain should Real Madrid decide not to sell England skipper Becks this summer. “Victoria is really enjoying living in Spain now and is also learning the language – she wants to catch up with David,” Louise remarked.

Posh Losing Baby Weight Fast

David Beckham was on GMTV where he revealed his former Spice Girl wife Victoria Beckham was losing weight quickly after giving birth to their third son Cruz. “She’s very happy – she didn’t put much on anyway, to be honest, she only had this little cute bump. But she’s really good and really healthy,” said Becks. “She’s great and she’s losing the weight quickly, which is pleasing for her.”

Posh Bans Becks From Clubbing With Teammates

The People reports that former Spice Girl Victoria Beckham has banned hubby David from clubbing with his Real Madrid teammates so he can spend more time at home with their new son Cruz. “She’s told him in no uncertain terms to stop living it up in clubs. She wants David there, not just for Cruz and their other boys but for her too,” a source revealed. “What she needed and needs more than anything is support.” Read more.

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