David Beckham to Purchase Liz Taylor Diamonds?

Wednesday, 21 Sep 2011 11:46 AM

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According to sources, David Beckham is prepared to buy Elizabeth Taylor’s jewels for his wife Victoria, reports Gossip Center
 
Taylor’s personal diamond collection would cost the soccer star 2.9 million British pounds, but sources say he’s ready to take the plunge.
 
“David’s been so happy since Harper was born, he feels like their falling in love all over again! He wants to show it with the most impressive gifts possible,” the source said.
 
“It’s like that little girl has just flipped a switch in David’s brain and he’s more in love with his wife than ever. He’s been cooking romantic dinners for Victoria — something he hasn’t done since they were married.”
 
The coveted diamonds will be sold at Christie’s auction house in December. All proceeds will go to The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation.

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