Happy birthday to the youngest of the Beckham children, Harper! The grown-up girl turned seven on Tuesday and to mark her special day, her parents David and Victoria wished their "princess" daughter a happy birthday on social media. Taking to Instagram, the couple each posted gorgeous photos of Harper, with David sweetly writing: "What can I say about my little princess other than she is perfect in every possible way.... Harper Seven has turned 7.... Happy birthday to my big girl... This little one is so loved by her brothers, mummy and daddy... Special special little girl makes me smile every single day."
Victoria, meanwhile, posted a snap with her daughter and son Romeo, writing: "Happy Birthday baby girl x We love u so so much x so many kisses!!! X Mummy, Daddy, Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruzie x."
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The Beckhams often share photos of their beautiful brood. Just last week, fashion designer Victoria posted the cutest snap of Harper and her dad David hugging. The youngster was dressed in her school uniform and had her long hair styled in two Princess Leia-esque buns on either side of her head. "Harper loves her daddy," Victoria wrote.
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David wished his "princess" daughter a happy birthday
The former Spice Girl also recently revealed the empowering advice she shares with her "strong, smart" daughter. Speaking at Forbes Women's Summit, she said: "Every day when Harper goes to school, she walks up the school stairs and I give her a kiss. I say, 'Harper, you're a girl, you can achieve anything. You can do anything that you want to do.'"
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Victoria posted the cutest photo with Harper and Romeo
Victoria added: "That's my message to her constantly. She knows she can do everything and probably more than her brothers can. We talk about it a lot. She wants to be an inventor and she's very proud of that. She's a strong smart woman — little woman. I am still banging on that drum and I am not going to stop. I don't think any of us want to stop. It's a very important time for women right now."