Victoria Beckham is one lucky mum. The former Spice Girl felt the love this morning from her adorable five-year-old daughter Harper, who left her a handmade gift to wake up to with her coffee. The mother-of-four took to Instagram to share a snapshot of the sweet gesture with her fans, showcasing the handmade card titled: "I love you so much mummy," – aww! The doting mum-of-four captioned the photo: "Feeling loved this morning," accompanied by a trio of love heart emojis. Harper is the much longed for daughter of Victoria and her husband David, and is doted on by her adoring parents and her three elder brothers, Brooklyn, 18, Romeo, 14 and 12-year-old Cruz.
Victoria Beckham recieved an adorable card from 5-year-old Harper
Harper and Victoria are very close
The four Beckham siblings are very close and regularly appear in snaps together on their parents' social media accounts. The close-knit family have enjoyed a busy few months. Back in April, they enjoyed a trip to America during the Easter holidays, during which Victoria threw a launch party for her Target clothing line, while their eldest son, Brooklyn, 18, enjoyed time away from his parents partying at Coachella with his celebrity friends. When they got back, Victoria was honoured an OBE for her contribution to the fashion industry by Prince William at Buckingham Palace and a few days later, David won the PFA award for Outstanding Contribution to Football.
The Beckham family recently celebrated David's birthday
Most recently, they celebrated David’s 42nd birthday. The athlete was treated to countless gifts from his family, where Harper once again showed off her caring side by giving him a sweet personalised hairbrush that had “Daddy” printed on it – no doubt his favourite present.
Earlier this year, David gave fans an insight into the Beckham household during an appearance on Radio 4's iconic show Desert Island Discs. He revealed: "Do we stay together because it's a brand? Of course not. We stay together because we love each other. We stay together because we have four amazing children. Of course we go through tough times. When we go through tough times we work through it as a unit, as a family."