Victoria Beckham's earthquake lessons
Victoria Beckham is reportedly so worried about earthquakes in Los Angles she has been having lessons to help her prepare for one
Victoria Beckham is reportedly having lessons to help her deal with an earthquake.
The former Spice Girl is said to have grown increasingly worried about the frequent tremors which occur near her Los Angeles home and wants to make sure she and her three sons are prepared if anything happens.
A source close to Victoria - whose soccer star husband David is currently living in Italy while he plays for AC Milan - said: "Victoria and the boys had a lesson in a simulator when they first moved to Los Angeles, but she didn't realise the tremors would be so regular.
"She's now asked David to come back from Italy and take another class with her."
The family's mansion lies on the Newport-Inglewood fault - a 47-mile rock fracture caused by shifts in the earth's crust - and often feels tremors.
Sources close to Victoria says she is so concerned about the threat of earthquakes she is considering how long the family will live in Los Angeles.
One said: "She's definitely having second thoughts about staying there long-term."
The last earthquake in the Californian city was earlier this month, measuring 4.7 on the Richter scale.