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The Beckhams: World's Most Eco-Unfriendly Celebrity Couple

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snipshot_bx139p4l67rn.jpgWell, here’s one honor David Beckham won’t be placing on his mantle. According to The Sun, Victoria and David have both received the honor of becoming the world’s most environmentally unfriendly celebrity couple. How do you achieve such scorn? Let’s see….

First off, the Beckhams own four houses – in England, Spain, France and the United Arab Emirates – and they are looking for another one in Los Angeles. I personally do not believe it’s going to be a little bungalow overlooking the water either. On top of these residences, they also fly back and forth all around the world to various locales and mansions in private jets, own 15 vehicles (most of which are massive SUVs), and eat kittens. Alright, I made the last part up, but according to the paper, the the Beckhams wracked up an estimated 15,000kg of carbon emissions last year!

The couple were rated on the internal environmental site for SKY TV. John Travolta, Roman Abramovich and Tom Cruise were also listed as environmentally unfriendly.

The good/bad news is that the Beckhams will be on our radar with the announcement of their new reality TV show. Each episode will focus on Victoria Beckham‘s transition to life in the U.S. and will explore how one of the most famous women in the world moves her entourage — including publicist, stylist and personal assistants — overseas. Living With Ed, this show, will not be.

Welcome to LA, David and Victoria. The Ecorazzi shall be keeping an eye on you — and you’re pretty little dog too.

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