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The Beckhams are reportedly plotting a massive cellar at their Cotswolds home – and it's bigger than a three-bed house.
David and Victoria are said to be hoping for the green light to build the 117.5sq-metre room under their garage.
It would immediately swell the value of their incredible £6million home.
The couple received planning permission for a 81sq-metre cellar back in June but have now reportedly gone back to update their plans.
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The Design and Access Statement lodged with the council says that the new plans have only a 'minor affect' on their original application, according to The Sun.
It states: "The proposed changes include some amendments to the arrangement of the doors, windows, rooflights and flues of the approved garage outbuilding.
"The proposed amendments are minor in nature and do not affect neighbouring properties or have any impact on the setting of the adjacent listed building."
The Sun reports that the cellar could store up to 3,000 bottles of wine.
Posh and Becks have also reportedly been given approval to build a gatehouse for their 24-hour security guards.
It comes as their son Brooklyn and fiancée Nicola Peltz have reportedly drawn up a prenuptial agreement to protect their fortunes.
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They hope to get married next year after meeting at the Coachella Music Festival in California in 2017.
They announced their engagement in July after dating for 11 months.
Brooklyn is desperate to marry his 25-year-old fiancée, who is the heiress to a billionaire fortune.
But they have taken measures to protect themselves should it hit the rocks, The Sun reports.
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