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'It's our dream come true'

IT'S a dream come true for any self-respecting Wag -- a big money move to America and becoming pals with posh.

For Claudine Keane, life couldn't get any sweeter as she prepares to move to LA with Ireland captain Robbie as he bids to see out his playing days with David Beckham's LA Galaxy.

It comes after Robbie signed a lucrative €6m deal for the next two years with Galaxy, in the hugely lucrative US soccer league.


"Would I like to see him play for a team like LA Galaxy? Yes, I would love that," Claudine said just last week.

Claudine and Robbie will be helped out by former England captain David and his designer wife Victoria, who made the transition into American life in 2007 and have never looked back.

The Irish pair will also be rubbing shoulders with the Beckham's famous friends, Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes, as well as Will Smith and his wife Jada Pinkett Smith.

The glamorous mum -- who was crowned Most Stylish Woman at the VIP Awards in March -- will have plenty of designer stores to chose from when she goes shopping and no doubt will get some tips from Victoria.


While Robbie trains with his new teammates, Claudine (27) can take in the sights of Hollywood and chill out at the famous Bar Marmont, a regular celebrity haunt for A-listers.

Robbie (31) - who is leaving Tottenham -- said: "I've always wanted to play in MLS so it's the perfect combination for me and a dream come true." Close pals have no doubt Robbie will prove to be a hit in the US. "He'll be bigger than Becks," said one.

Two-year-old Robert Junior will also be living a lifestyle of luxury and will have Becks' kids Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz and Harper to play with.