David and Victoria Beckham have denied they are selling their Cotswolds house, contrary to a national newspaper report.

The Beckhams’ property is along the same road as the exclusive private members' club Soho Farmhouse which hosted Meghan Markle's hen party and is a well-known A-lister haunt.

The Mail on Sunday reported the couple were giving up their dream home due to increased traffic noise from the club.

It said the number of cars going to it is said to have at least doubled in the past two years.

A 'source close to the couple' told the Mail on Sunday: "David and Victoria adore their barn and they absolutely love Great Tew, but the traffic and noise that comes from it has made it very difficult to live there now.

"They love going to the Cotswolds and they also enjoy spending time at Soho Farmhouse but they think it’s time to find another property to spend their weekends in, just not too far away.

"It is such a shame – so much love has gone into that house and they got it just how they wanted it.

"It is their sanctuary."

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But sources close to the family have said there is no truth in the story and the Beckhams are not selling.

Soho Farmhouse was already open when the Beckhams bought their converted barn in Great Tew for £6,150,000 in December 2016.

The property has been since renovated a number of times now includes a huge football pitch, a spectator stand, an outdoor pool, and a sauna.

It is also said to have an enormous garage, fitted with flashy cars and a motorbike.

The most recent addition is a £50,000 safari-style tent in the grounds. 

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The Beckham's country estate is now estimated to be worth £12million.