Beckham is a doting father to his four kids.
David Beckham may be a football legend, but he is a doting dad first and foremost. Recently, he was pictured with his 10-year-old daughter, Harper Beckham, for an event in Venice.
While the footballer, 47, looked dapper in a black suit, his daughter Harper, 10, looked pretty in a pink and purple ballgown from Zimmermann. She completed the look with a pair of Nike sneakers and was the epitome of comfort. The dad-daughter duo was pictured holding hands and smiling from ear to ear.
Harper is the youngest of Beckham and his wife Victoria's four kids. The couple also shares sons Brooklyn, 23, Romeo, 19, and Cruz, 17, according to PEOPLE.
Harper and Beckham seem to have gone to Venice for a vacation, and the updates on social media show just how much fun the two of them are having! According to ELLE, the father shared a post of him and his daughter, with a cheeky and fun caption.
“Ssssssshhhhhhh don’t tell mummy 9am Gelato 🍨 sorry mummy @victoriabeckham ❤️ creating special memories with #HarperSeven 👒,” David captioned a video, where the two of them were seen having gelato in the morning.
Victoria responded to the mention by commenting, “Did u bring mummy one of those hats home?!?! I love u both sooooo much!!! X special time with daddy is everything!!! X.”
In 2018, when Beckham traveled to Indonesia with UNICEF, he spoke about what fatherhood means to him, according to Men's Health. During a conversation, he spoke about a time when his kids were small.
"I didn’t want to miss a second, but of course, there were times that I couldn’t be there. I feared they would do something for the first time and I wouldn’t be there to see it. I knew that spending as much quality time with my kids as I could, especially when they were young, was the most important thing in the world," he said.
"I also realized pretty quickly, that there are never enough hours in the day to do all the things we want to do with our kids so as long as we make whatever the time available to us quality time, where we are present, as dads we’re winning."
He then spoke about how it was the same with everyone because they all wanted their kids to have the best of everything, even if it meant they had to make sacrifices.
"Every generation wants the next to be better, to have more opportunities and achieve their full potential. But we need to start from the very beginning to make this possible. I’m still learning new things about fatherhood every day. You never stop learning. I was 24 when I had Brooklyn. Four kids now and nearly 20 years of experience as a father, and you never stop learning," said Beckham.
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