The new David Beckham documentary has not only given fans access to previously unseen stories about his life and career, but also to his lavish £12 million mansion.
The four-part Netflix series recounts his time with Manchester United as well as his marriage to Victoria.
The series will ‘offer viewers never-before-seen insight into who Beckham genuinely is, including his family, friends, teammates, and his shopping and cleaning routines,’ according to the teaser.
Cameras followed David, 48, and his wife, 49, about their Cotswolds estate, revealing their routines.
The couple, who have children Brooklyn, 24, Romeo, 21, Cruz, 18, and Harper, 12, purchased their rural home in December 2016 for a whopping £6.15 million.
The home has been renovated and now has a sauna, plunge pool, football pitch, gym, swimming pool, and a £50,000 safari tent in the grounds for partying.
It is currently thought to be worth around £12 million.
Viewers were shown inside the Soho Farmhouse-inspired hideaway, which had hardwood floors and exposed brick walls.
under one moment, the couple was seen cooking and dancing with the family under their BBQ tent.
Another episode had David discussing his very tidy clothing and his ‘obsession’ with keeping things in order.
The former player, who suffers from obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), spoke out about his life to fans.
At the outset of the fourth and final episode, a videotape of him as a teenager declaring he always kept his room neat because he ‘hated an untidy room’ was displayed.
It then cut to current day as David was filmed running his hands across his clothing as he explained: ‘It’s all quite organised, jackets, jean shirts, shirts and then it goes from jumpers, cardis to T-shirts, underwear socks and then suits.’
David then described how he organised his jumpers by colour before folding them at an angle to view what was below.
He then claimed he prepared his ensembles for the week ahead, while displaying a garment rack.
Other areas of the property were also shown, including the rustic kitchen, which had a classic pizza oven, a breakfast bar and a wide leather sofa adjacent, large enough for the entire family to congregate around the fireplace.
Large glass doors go out into the garden, where David maintains bees and makes his own honey.
There is also a pergola, orchard, plunge pool, tennis court, swimming pool, and football pitch in the outside area.
The house sits in the wealthy community of Great Tew, close to Chipping Norton, but earlier this year it was rumoured that the Beckhams were considering selling it due to concerns about noisy traffic passing by.
It comes after Soho Farmhouse, which is nearby, became increasingly famous in recent years, resulting in a rise in the number of automobiles in the region.
In addition to this house, the couple owns a £25 million mansion in West London, as well as properties in Dubai and Miami.
The Beckham family turned out in force on Tuesday night to celebrate the opening of the Netflix series in London, hitting the blue carpet ahead of the episodes hitting screens.
Beckham is now streaming on Netflix.