Victoria and David Beckham have been eyeing up a second UK home in the picturesque Cotswolds, according to new reports.
The couple, who made a permanent move back to London in 2014 after David's retirement from LA Galaxy, already have one home in central London.
But it seems they're in the market for a country abode, and this nine-hectare estate in Gloucestershire is currently the front-runner.
With a guide price of €7.3million it certainly doesn't come cheap, but looking at the pictures we're already sold.
Amberley House is a period 1640 manor house, set in sprawling tree-lined gardens near the village of Stroud.
As well as eight bedrooms and a grand total of seven bathrooms, the mansion also boasts tennis courts, an infinity pool and even stables, should little Harper decide to take up horse-riding.
Although nothing has been confirmed yet, David and Victoria were pictured with fans in nearby Nailsworth last month, and have even been spotted by locals in Stroud on two occasions.
The couple are currently renting in central London while their palatial home in the area – worth a staggering €42.5million – is being refurbished.
Here's a look at their potential second home in England: