As the only daughter and youngest child of David and Victoria Beckham, Harper is a little princess in her own right. But over the weekend the adorable little girl had the chance to meet a real life Prince – Prince Harry.
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On Saturday, the 31-year-old royal met Harper and her older brothers Cruz and Romeo at a charity match organised by former England football captain David in aid of UNICEF.
Harry was seen greeting the young Beckhams with a handshake each at the sidelines, and their brief meeting was filmed and posted on app MyEye.
Harper Beckham was greeted by Prince Harry at the charity match
Four-year-old Harper looked particularly sweet with her long blonde hair loose. The mini fashionista, who takes after her fashion designer mother Victoria, was wearing pale blue jeans, camel-coloured boots and a stylish red coat – the colour of Manchester United.
The moment Harry met Harper was filmed and posted on app MyEye
Harper was being looked after by Cruz, ten, and 13-year-old Romeo, who were both kitted out in red Unicef football tops and shorts.
The trio watched their dad David and older brother Brooklyn playing in the match on the GB and Ireland team against the Rest of the World team captained by Zinedine Zidane.
The mini fashionista took after her stylish mum
David shared a sweet video on Instagram of the moment he went off the pitch and Brooklyn came on as his substitute. The 40-year-old also posted a photo of father and son having a pre-game meal at Old Trafford.
"Look who came to have pre match meal with his dad...." wrote David. "One of my lasting memories was walking this little boy around Old Trafford age just 18 months.... Good to be home."
David Beckham was subbed by his 16-year-old son Brooklyn
The football star hosted the Match for Children to raise money for UNICEF, of which he is a Goodwill Ambassador. David's team won 3-1.
Apart from Prince Harry, several famous faces were spotted in the crowd including Rita Ora.
David was supported by his sons Cruz and Romeo and daughter Harper
After the final whistle blew, the UNICEF UK executive director David Bull made a speech thanking the football hero and his friends.
"Today's Match for Children has been an unforgettable occasion that has helped to raise funds and focus attention on UNICEF's work," he said. "It was fantastic to see so many world class players coming together at Old Trafford in what was a thoroughly entertaining spectacle.
"On behalf of the world's children, we're immensely grateful to David for his continued support and commitment. With the support of David and his fund, UNICEF will continue to help to protect children in danger in every region of the world."