The former Spice Girl has been letting a TV film crew document her efforts to settle into her new Los Angeles home as her family prepares to move to the city next month when David begins his contract with the LA Galaxy reports Sfgate.com.
A source tells the Daily Mirror, "She told producers she was not going to miss David's England game and they seemed unwilling to compromise.
"It's a real sacrifice for her as the TV series was a great launch-pad for her career over there. But there is absolutely no way she'd have sacrificed being there to spur him on ... just to do a TV show -- regardless of how much it would help her profile in the U.S."
Now the skinny beauty has found decorating her new Beverley Hills mansion so
inspiring she plans to turn her experience into a book.
Victoria - who has been busy furnishing her new home ahead of her family's
move to Los Angeles later this year - has already penned a personal style
guide in last year's 'That Extra Half Inch'.
A source told Britain's Daily Express newspaper: "Victoria's last book was a
pretty good seller and the new one looks like a must for those who aspire to
decorate their home in an extravagant footballer's wives' style."
Victoria, 33, is believed to have opted for a Moroccan and Spanish look for
her new home - to help remind her husband David of their current house in
The book will reportedly contain pictures of the family's new home, with
step-by-step guides of how the look was achieved and can be maintained.
Victoria and David, 32, and their three young sons are due to leave Spain
this summer after soccer ace David leaves Real Madrid for new team Los