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Word is Victoria Beckham has decided on the date of her new baby's birthday.
According to The Sun, Posh has booked a caesarean section for 4th July, US Independence Day.
The decision was made to honour Victoria and David’s four years in America and it will also be their 12th wedding anniversary.
The child will be their fourth but their first daughter.
A source close to the couple - told The Sun: "It's going to be a massive family affair in America. While the date hasn't changed, it was decided a Los Angeles clinic would be best for the immediate family. Victoria and David love America, its culture and her people, who have welcomed them with open arms. The most important thing is the health of mother and baby and things can always change at the last minute. But if it's possible for the baby to be born on Independence Day, Vic and David would be thrilled."
The debate and speculation rages about the names - some people have Atlanta as the favourite, others have rubbished that claim.
Originally the Beckham clan were due to celebrate the new arrival here in Blighty but have now decided to stay in LA.
They might be one of Britain’s most famous couples but the Beckhams are honouring the US by choosing to have their fourth child Stateside.
And Victoria Beckham is said to have booked the date of her Caesarean section for the 4th July – US Independence Day, according to reports
The decision was made to honour Victoria and David’s four years in America but the couple have rubbished reports that they're naming their daughter Atlanta.
And an Independence Day birth is top of their list of dates.
A friend (who may well be working for the American Tourist Office) told The Sun: "Vic and David love America, its culture and her people, who have welcomed them with open arms."
Though the date may change, the source said the couple would be "thrilled" if their bundle of joy arrived on the 4th July.
To further honour their time in the States, they are rumoured to have shortlisted 'Atlanta' as a name for the baby.