They named their youngest son the Spanish word for "cross," but that isn't stopping England's most famous couple from enrolling their three-year-old, Cruz, in a Jewish nursery school. Soccer star David Beckham and his Spice Girl wife Victoria met last week with staff at one of Los Angeles' "best schools for young children," London tabloid The Sun reported Wednesday. Described in the article as an "exclusive Jewish school," the facility is "attached to a Jewish temple" in Los Angeles, where David Beckham plays for professional soccer team the Galaxy. Sun reporter Nick Parker wrote that the tabloid "has chosen not to name the school" where the tot will begin his education, and quoted an unnamed source as saying the senior Beckhams have "no plan" for the boy "to be educated in the Jewish faith." "It's just one of the best schools for young children in LA," the source says. While neither of Cruz Beckham's parents practices Judaism, David Beckham referred to himself recently as "half Jewish," according to the Sun article. His mother is described in the piece as a non-practicing Jew, while his wife, once best known as Posh Spice, "has no Jewish connections." However, the article notes, both husband and wife bear tattoos in Hebrew script reading, "I am my beloveds and my beloved is mine," taken from the biblical Song of Songs.