David Beckham jokes that he has ‘run out of hats’ as he shows off his lockdown buzz cut for new smouldering snap in the Cotswolds
He has been self-isolating with his family at their second home in the Cotswolds during lockdown.
And David Beckham joked that he had ‘run out of hats’ as he enjoyed a stroll in the countryside near their sprawling pad on Wednesday.
The former footballer, 45, took to Instagram to post a picture of himself posing in a field as he showed off his new buzz cut.
Run out! David Beckham joked that he had ‘run out of hats’ as he enjoyed a stroll in the countryside near their sprawling pad on Wednesday
Yet David, who has been proudly showing off his extensive hat collection during lockdown, was without a stylish piece of headwear on Wednesday.
The father-of-four, who appeared to be leaning on a shepherd’s crook, joked in his caption: ‘No Hat #runoutofhats but sunset.’
Yet despite his missing hat, David still looked stylish in a pair of beige chinos, a blue shirt and a dark grey blazer.
It comes after the sports star joked that he was on yet ‘another walk’ wearing ‘another hat’, as he posed for a snap while exploring the local surroundings on Saturday afternoon.
Humour: The former footballer, 45, took to Instagram to post a picture of himself posing in a field as he showed off his new buzz cut
Looking good! It comes after the sports star joked that he was on yet ‘another walk’ wearing ‘another hat’, as he posed for a snap while exploring the local surroundings on Saturday afternoon
The ex-sportsman looked typically dapper in an olive green jumper, which he teamed with a trusty flat cap and a pair of stylish corduroy trousers.
David leaned on what appeared to be a shepherd’s crook while posing for the shot, which he playfully captioned: ‘Another day, another walk & another hat.’
The former footballer was stood in a luscious overgrown green field filled with daisies and trees, and it was unclear who had joined him for the walk.
So far David has showcased a selection of tweed flat caps, floppy country hats and even a red beanie on his Instagram page while in lockdown.
Suave: Last week David venture out for a walk with wife Victoria wearing a stylish floppy fedora hat
Daddy’s girl: David has also shared snaps wearing a trendy tweed flat cap
Matching: In one cute image David and daughter Harper, eight, both donned quirky hats
The snaps come after David reportedly won his dispute with neighbours over plans to build a security gatehouse on the land of their £6m Cotswolds home.
Sources claimed that neighbours who complained the build will ‘ruin the ambience’ of the Oxfordshire property have now withdrawn their official complaint, meaning work on the gatehouse can go ahead.
It comes amid claims that David’s wife Victoria is also planning to take legal action against a building firm over a mirrored ceiling built at her flagship fashion boutique in London.
According to The Sun, one neighbour lodged an official complaint about plans for the Beckhams to build a new property so they can have 24-hour security at their second home.
Lads: David and his son Cruz, 15, sported colourful beanies in one of his videos
One local reportedly complained: ‘Farms and agricultural buildings do not have gatehouses and security huts.’
However this complaint has now been withdrawn, meaning the Beckhams can go ahead with building.
MailOnline has contacted representatives for Victoria Beckham for comment. A representative for David declined to comment when contacted by MailOnline.
David had submitted plans to increase security with a gatehouse manned by 24-hour guards and an underground getaway tunnel.
His proposed security measures come as several footballers ramp up security at their homes, including Spurs midfielder Dele Alli, 24, who was held at knifepoint with his girlfriend Ruby Mae, 21, at his house in Hertfordshire last month.
Protection: The snaps come after David reportedly won his dispute with neighbours over plans to build a security gatehouse on the land of their £6m Cotswolds home
They applied to West Oxfordshire District Council for permission to build a gatehouse to ‘improve security for occupants’ at the mansion and surrounding grounds.
In the application it states two existing employees will work on the site full-time.
The Daily Star also reported that these two members of staff are security guards who will man the security hut 24 hours a day.
Also included in the ex-England captain’s plans is an underground getaway tunnel which provides access from the main building to a proposed wine cellar under the existing garage.
At odds: Sources claimed that neighbours who complained the build will ‘ruin the ambience’ of have now withdrawn their official complaint (Cotswolds property is pictured in 2017)
The application is currently under review by councillors and a decision will be given in the coming weeks.
It was also reported on Friday that Victoria is planning to sue a building company for £1 million over work done on a mirrored ceiling in her London fashion boutique.
According to The Sun, builders installed a flat ceiling in accordance with Victoria’s requirements, but in 2017 the ceiling came crashing down after the heating was turned on to dry plaster, leaving it a ‘waved effect’
The publication stated that Victoria’s lawyers accuse building firm NJ Richards of negligence and breaching duty, and has demanded £607,000 to replace the broken ceiling panels, along with £200,000 in lost profits and £15,000 of ‘professional fees.’
Legal action: It comes amid claims that David’s wife Victoria is also planning to take legal action against a building firm over a mirrored ceiling built at her flagship fashion boutique in London
MailOnline has contacted representatives for Victoria Beckham and NJ Richards for further comment.
Victoria and David have been spending lockdown in their Cotswolds home with three of their children, Romeo, 17, Cruz, 15, and Harper, eight.
Eldest son Brooklyn, 21, has spent lockdown in Los Angeles with girlfriend Nicola Peltz, 25, at her family’s multi-million dollar mansion.
Shocking: Builders installed a flat mirrored ceiling in accordance with Victoria’s requirements, but in 2017 the ceiling came crashing down leaving parts with a ‘waved effect’ (store pictured)
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