David and Victoria Beckham "caught the coronavirus during a party in LA and feared they were" super spreaders "after several of their employees got viruses
- On March 1, 45-year-old David was joined by 46-year-old Victoria and her brood when his Inter Miami team played their first away game at Los Angeles FC in California
- The family also hosted their son Brooklyn's fiancée, Nicola Peltz, at the opening game, as well as celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay
- On March 6, the Beckhams were back in the UK to celebrate their eldest son's birthday with a lavish £ 100,000 party in the Cotswolds
- A week later, on March 13, David, Victoria, and their four children returned to Stateside, this time to Miami, to officially start the footballer's MLS team
- On March 19, the Beckhams (without the oldest child in Brooklyn) were back in the Cotswolds, where they were locked together
- David Beckham's representatives declined to comment when contacted by MailOnline
David and Victoria Beckham reportedly caught CORONAVIRUS while partying in LA, California in March.
According to a new report, the football legend, 45, and his designer, 46, feared they were "super spreaders" after some of their employees also discovered the virus after flying around the globe with their children for two weeks.
The Beckhams flew back to the UK from LA on March 21 for son Brooklyn's 21st birthday in the Cotswolds, before returning to America on March 13 for the start of David's new Inter Miami soccer team in Florida before finally heading back to the US Cotswolds until March 19th before lockdown.
It was alleged that the dad of four in Miami felt uncomfortable when the former Spice Girl developed a sore throat and high temperature soon after.
What!? David, 45, and Victoria Beckham, 46, reportedly caught COVID-19 during a party in LA and feared they were "super spreaders" (picture taken in the Cotswolds on March 6).
A source told The Sun, "It was an absolute nightmare scenario," explaining how David cuddled in LA on behalf of his club Inter Miami when Victoria and her children flew over to support him.
"They attended some swanky networking events as David had publicity duties, shaking hands, and kissing fans and various club dignitaries," the insider said.
David and Victoria then flew back to London where they went to their Cotswolds estate to celebrate their eldest son's 21st birthday in style.
The couple then flew to Miami, where David was reportedly uncomfortable and Victoria developed a sore throat and high temperature shortly afterwards.
Self-isolating: The Beckhams finally returned to the Cotswolds on March 19, after flying back and forth for weeks before the lockdown to the US (picture taken in the Cotswolds on March 19).
I am in miami! David was accompanied by his family on March 13th when he proudly demonstrated his new Inter Miami football stadium in Florida
The source claimed that some members of the Beckhams team, including drivers, bodyguards and PAs, also got sick, "some of them very badly".
According to the insider, Victoria panicked, forcing the entire family to quarantine for longer than the two week period set by the UK government.
"She was completely petrified that these might be super spreaders and went out of her way to minimize any future risks," the source said.
It was also alleged that after a full recovery, the couple regularly checked into their team.
They allegedly sent "care packages" to at least two employees who were particularly badly affected.
The Beckhams spent the lockdown in quarantine at their estate, which has a swimming pool, hot tub and of course a soccer field.
After recovering from COVID-19, Victoria and David reportedly did swab and antibody tests to make sure they no longer had the virus before flying to Greece and Italy on vacation.
David Beckham's representatives declined to comment when contacted by MailOnline.
(Pictured at son Brooklyn's 21st birthday party in the Cotswolds on March 8th)
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