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The Beckhams show interest in Star Island mansion

David and Victoria Beckham checked out a Star Island mansion owned by a Reality TV couple

An aerial of a Star Island mansion on Miami Beach with an orange roof, white walls, and a red dock out back on Biscayne Bay
45 Star Island
via The Alexander Team

As David Beckham still sorts out the financing for his MLS Miami franchise and stadium, the former soccer superstar and wife Victoria are sniffing Miami real estate.

The couple showed interest in a $16.5 million mansion on Star Island owned by Roy and Lea Black, who were featured in the canceled Real Housewives of Miami.

Per the New York Post:

Fresh off her British Vogue cover in October, the Beckhams sent their property reps to tour 45 Star Island Drive.

The manse is owned by Lea Black, a star of Bravo’s defunct “Real Housewives of Miami,” and her criminal defense attorney husband, Roy.

The home was built in 1981, features 193 feet of water frontage, and has been reduced several times since listing for $17.99 million in 2015.