The Sun reports that David Beckham has revealed he’s moving to America to live out his dream of owning his own football club.
The former England captain revealed he had the full backing of his family and said his wife Victoria would visit with their kids, Romeo, 15, Cruz, 12, and six-year-old Harper, as much as possible.
Speaking at a press conference in Miami, David explained: “I want to thank my family.
“Brooklyn and my wife Victoria, who is at home with the other kids.
“They’ve been through the good times and the bad times and I owe them everything.
“Whenever they [my family] can, they’ll be coming over.”
He confirmed Victoria would remain with the children in London during school term time but would be living there during the holidays.
马上学：Backing意指“支持”、“援助”，例：If I go ahead with the plan, can I count on your backing?（如果我着手实施这个计划，你会资助我吗？）
It may be hard to meet people when you’re single, but for George Clooney, he was able to meet future wife Amal Clooney without leaving the comfort of his home, according to PEOPLE.com.
The 56-year-old actor — who is father to 7-month old twins Ella and Alexander — opened up about how he met his wife during an appearance on My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman, which premieres on Netflix Feb. 9.
“I didn’t leave the house,” George said in a clip from the episode, which dropped Wednesday.
So how did it happen? Turns out George was at his house near Lake Como in July 2013 when Amal, 39, was passing through the Italian destination on her way to Cannes with a mutual friend.
“A mutual friend of ours said, ‘I’m stopping by and can I bring my friend?’ ” George recalled. “And I was like, ‘Of course!’ ”
George didn’t know any other information about Amal, but his agent did and made sure the Up in the Air star wasn’t going to waste this opportunity. “I got a call from my agent who said, ‘I met this woman who is coming to your house, who you’re going to marry,'” George said. “It really worked out that way.”
“The funniest thing was my mom and dad were visiting so my parents were there. And we just talked, we stayed up all night talking,” George explained. “And I got her email address, because she was going to send me some pictures of my parents. So we started writing.”
马上学：Work out表示“发生”、“发展”，如：Let's hope this new job works out well for him.（希望这项新工作会非常适合他。）
At the 60th annual Grammy Awards on last Sunday night, the music industry’s glitterati all showed their support for gender equality by wearing white roses, according to TIME.com. Inspired by #TimesUp, the white rose movement was a popular with stars like Lady Gaga, Kelly Clarkson, Cyndi Lauper and Reba McEntire.
Some men also chose to pin a white rose to their lapels, including show host James Corden, The Chainsmokers’ Alex Pall and Drew Taggart and Best New Artist nominee Khalid.
马上学：Glitterati指的是（为公众或一些报刊津津乐道的）富人，名流，时髦人士，如：The restaurant is popular with the glitterati of the music world.（音乐界名流常来光顾这家餐馆。）