Harper Beckham has seen mum Victoria's Spice World and knows all the moves

Suzie Bakos

Could Harper Beckham be the sixth Spice Girl? David Beckham revealed that not only has his daughter seen her mum Victoria's film Spice World, but she knows all the moves too!

The former footballer, who recently said he felt "physically ill" when leaving his kids to work, opened up about his little girl's interest in her mum's classic film. "A couple of weeks ago it came on the TV and our little girl wanted to watch it," he told GQ magazine.

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Harper knows all the moves to Spice World

"So Victoria kind of just sat through it and then she did all the moves with her after and sang all the songs."

It seems the four-year-olds dance moves even impressed mum. "Victoria is very proud of that," the father-of-four added.

While Harper enjoys singing along to her mother’s past hit songs, her father admitted there's a popular musical she can't get enough of: Frozen. David said: "[Harper’s] very much into Frozen and has been for a while. Probably seen it at least 50 or 60 times."

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The Beckhams enjoy their movie nights at home

Although he has four children, Brooklyn, 17, Romeo, 13, Cruz, 11 and Harper, it isn't just Disney movies that they watch. Discussing his family's "traditional" movie nights, David revealed: "Obviously because we’ve got so many children, four kids, we stagger their bed times so movie night kind of changes throughout the evening."

And just like many other households, the Beckhams complete their move nights with popcorn. "We’re very traditional, we make popcorn. Movie nights are fun," he said.

The doting parents might have to watch films which please the whole family, but the 40-year-old admitted that he and his wife have their own go-to films. "[Victoria] likes the old movies, Singin' in the Rain. That’s something that we both enjoy and we really like the old movies as well."