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The Beckhams share sweet throwback photos to celebrate Harper’s ninth birthday

The Beckham family posted a series of heartwarming photos and videos as youngest sibling Harper turned nine.

Proud dad David, 45, shared a selection of clips and throwback snaps on Instagram, with a Michael Jackson track playing in the background.

“To my pretty lady,” he wrote. “Happy Birthday to the most special little girl. Daddy loves you so much.”

He referred to the track, The Girl Is Mine, as “our song that we always dance to from day one.”

One sweet video showed a younger Harper riding her bike without stabilisers for the first time, while another saw the pair enjoying a kickabout in the garden.

A hilarious clip showed Harper pulling a prank on her dad after he asked her to “turn around and watch the football,” prompting her to pull down her coat’s hood to reveal the back of her head.

Fashion designer Victoria, 46, shared another compilation of photos and videos, including footage of Harper pulling off some dance moves and jumping up and down on a dining chair.

Another clip saw the mother and daughter duo walking to school hand in hand.

“Happy 9th Birthday Harper!!” she wrote. “We all love you so so much.”

Harper’s oldest brother Brooklyn, 21, who recently reunited with his family after spending lockdown in the United States with girlfriend Nicola Peltz, shared a stunning shot of him and his sister in a field of blue flowers.

“Happy birthday to my little sister x I love you so so much,” he wrote alongside it.

Romeo, 17, also opted for a recent snap of him and his sister, writing: “Happy 9th birthday Harper I hope you have a lovely day love you so much.”

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Cruz, 15, chose a throwback photo of him pushing his sibling in a pram.

The Beckhams have been spending the lockdown period in their home in the Cotswolds, with the family enjoying country walks and even trying out new pursuits like beekeeping.


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