Proving once again that they're one of the most adorable celebrity families, the Beckhams enjoyed some quality time together at the weekend – hiking up some hills in Los Angeles. Retired footballer David uploaded a clip to Instagram, revealing he had a little more baggage than your usual walker.
David Beckham was joined by daughter Harper for his Sunday morning hike
Taking advantage of her doting dad, Harper, four, was carried by 40-year-old David on his shoulders in an actual chair. Fashion designer Victoria, 41, followed behind, and captured the cute moment. In the video Victoria says: "Almost at the top of the hike. How you doing, David?"
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Her husband answers with two thumbs up, before she asks: "Harper, how you doing?" The little girl mimics her dad and responds in the same way.
It was clearly an outdoor weekend for the famous family; David used social media to keep his fans updated on a motorcycle ride through the desert and a night under the stars with a friend. Unsurprisingly Victoria couldn't resist gloating about her hunky husband. Sharing a snap of him on the bike, she wrote: "How cool !!!! He even makes my marigolds look good! I can't even! Kisses from LA X".
Proud mum Victoria later shared a snap of Harper getting creative
The family hike clearly had Harper feeling creative, as mum Victoria later posted a photo of her painting poolside and captioned it: "Fun day in the sunshine painting X I love u baby girl X #proudmummy".
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Victoria, who also shares sons Brooklyn, 17, Romeo, 13, and 11-year-old Cruz with David, recently opened up about juggling their successful careers with family life.
Speaking to The Telegraph, she explained: "I don't really go away that much. David and I work it out so that we're not away at the same time, so that one of us is always there. They're really supportive of what I do. It's a juggling at, but we have great people around us to make sure it all works."