Beckhams offered reality TV show

Last updated 13:46 05/09/2014
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BOUND FOR TV? The Beckhams have reportedly been offered three reality TV show deals but are hesitant to take them as they don't want to end up like the Kardashians.

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The Beckhams have reportedly been offered three reality TV deals.

Victoria and David Beckham are parents to sons Brooklyn, 15, Romeo, 12, Cruz, nine, and three-year-old daughter Harper.

All eyes were on the children recently, when the boys poured water over their fashion designer mom for the ALS ice bucket challenge.

Brooklyn also completed the charity dare and his video featured Harper chatting away in the background.

Brooklyn's also at the centre of romance rumours involving actress Chloë Grace Moretz, apparently convincing TV bosses a show would be a ratings winner.

"The networks are so desperate to sign up the family, they have pretty much offered them a blank cheque," an insider told British magazine Heat.

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"Women love looking at David and they are just fascinated by Victoria - now, with people being interested in the kids, especially Brooklyn and his love life - they're sure it'll be a hit."

It wouldn't be the first time Victoria and David have been on TV. They have shot several documentaries in the past; although their most recent one, Coming to America, was panned by critics in 2007. Victoria made it to promote the family's move to the US when David was signed to soccer team Los Angeles Galaxy, but the couple are apparently wary of taking to the small screen again.

"David's worried about the impact it could have on family life - he's seen what the Kardashians are like and isn't sure he wants that.

They're tempted but, at the moment, they're erring towards not doing it - they don't need the money and it would mean giving up the privacy at home," the source said.

If a TV show around the Beckhams were to be made, would you watch it?

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