Los Angeles - David and Victoria Beckham are reportedly trying for their fifth and final baby during this year's Olympics.
Former Spice Girls performer Victoria and her 37-year-old husband are hoping to conceive while the London 2012 Games are on.
A friend of the soccer player told the Daily Star newspaper: ''Both Victoria and David are very patriotic and would love it if she got pregnant while they are in London for the Olympics, especially as it is also the Queen's Diamond Jubilee year.
''Their other children were conceived overseas, so the duo are hoping that their final child will have a Made In Britain tag.
They continued: ''Brooklyn was famously named after where he was conceived in New York.
''And Victoria has joked that if she gets pregnant with a boy during the Olympics they are going to call him Stratford.''
Apparently the couple - who already have Brooklyn, 13, Romeo, 9, Cruz, 7, and Harper, 1 - want five children because of the number's symbolism.
Insiders revealed: ''They have always wanted five children to give them a family of seven - which is their lucky number.
''It's also the number that David wore on his England and Manchester United football shirts.
The source added: ''Victoria is really into symbolism, and she can't help but notice there are five rings in the Olympic logo and, of course, there were five members of the Spice Girls.''
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