By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
Independence baby: Victoria Beckham is said to have booked in her C-section in Los Angeles for the 4th of July
They might be one of Britain’s most famous couples but the Beckhams are honouring the U.S. 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 – U.S. Independence Day, according to reports.
The decision was made to acknowledge Victoria and David’s four years in America but the couple have rubbished reports that they're naming their daughter Atlanta.
American inspired: Rumours that the couple will call their daughter Atlanta have been denied by a source close to the Beckhams
spokesperson for Mrs Beckham told MailOnline: 'It is no secret that Victoria will be having her baby in the U.S. - we will not be confirming the date although early July is correct.
'David and Victoria have a shortlist of names and once they have met their daughter then they will decide - Atlanta is not on that shortlist!'
New addition: The family got a French bulldog puppy this week, named Scarlet, to befriend their English bulldog Coco
Mrs Beckham is said to have preliminarily booked her C-section at a London hospital, but instead opted for Los Angeles as the place of birth.
The Sun has reported that the 37-year-old will have her baby in LA and has hired a house near their home for relatives to stay in.
A source said: ‘Vic and David love America, its culture and her people, who have welcomed them with open arms.
On top of adding a fourth child to their clan, the Beckhams have also added another dog.
The family picked up a French bulldog puppy this week, named Scarlet, to befriend their English bulldog Coco.
End of an era? It could be their last summer Stateside, as Beckham's contract with LA Galaxy runs out in November
The Beckhams have also been reported to be leasing a $27million Malibu mansion over the summer to spend the first few months with their new daughter and sons Brooklyn, 12, Romeo, eight, and Cruz, six.
It could be their last summer Stateside, as Beckham’s contract with LA Galaxy runs out in November.
Estate agents described the home as a ‘stunning, new architectural estate, constructed under strict green building standards'.