David and Victoria Beckham are reportedly at loggerheads with their neighbours over noisy building works.
The superstar couple are said be garnering noise complaints from neighbours at their new £6 million home in the Cotswolds, amid building work taking place before the pair and their children - Brooklyn, 19, Romeo, 15, Cruz, 13, and Harper, six - have even moved into the property.
A source told The Sun newspaper: "Noise is endless and is getting people's backs up. It's gone on for so long that neighbours just want it finished. Staying in the countryside is meant to be relaxing and peaceful - but clearly not when the Beckhams' house is being worked on. People moan that they can't relax in the spa with that racket."
David, 42, and Victoria, 43, bought the Grade II listed country property in December 2016, but their plans to move in last summer were delayed by rows with council planning chiefs.
The couple's plans included knocking three of the spacious barns on the property together to create a six-bedroom mansion overlooking an orchard with 23 tree types, complete with thatched roofs, a swimming pool and treehouse.
Previously, planning permission for the treehouse - which was submitted in December - revealed the family planned to erect the thatched building in their garden for the children to play in.
The Design and Access statement given to the council states: "The application is for a modest Tree House on land that has planning permission for residential use. It is to be constructed in reclaimed timber with a timber shingle roof and is intended for use by the owners' children as a play area and as such its use will be incidental to enjoyment of the main dwelling house."
The family have also previously splashed out on having an orchard, croquet lawn and natural swimming pond built on their country plot.