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Stop growing up: David Beckham pens emotional post for Harpers 8th birthday

Harper Beckham is growing up so fast. The Beckham’s youngest child is celebrating her eight birthday today and we’re sure her dad is feeling pretty emotional.

Harper is the apple of her dad David’s eye and in honour of her special day, he penned the sweetest birthday message to her.

Ever the doting dad, David couldn’t help but gush about his little girl, “What more can daddy say other than I love you so much little girl.”

The dad shared two photos of him and Harper in the countryside. The eight-year-old showed off her adorable gummy smile in one snap and gave her dad a kiss on the cheek in another.


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David pleaded, “And please stop growing up... Happy Birthday to my pretty lady.”

He added, “Your smile melts all our hearts.”

Harper’s brothers also wished her a happy birthday on their personal accounts.

Cruz shared a hilarious photo of his sister playing guitar and wrote, “HARPER, happy birthday. I love you so much. You are such an amazing little girl. Have an amazing day, Harper.”


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Romeo and Brooklyn also penned sweet birthday messages to their baby sister.

Her big brother Romeo couldn’t quite believe how grown up Harper is, “Happy birthday to the best sister in the world. I can’t believe you're 8! Love you so much and hope you have the best day ever.”


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Her mum Victoria also shared snaps of them on her Instagram to mark her baby girl’s birthday.

There’s no doubt Harper will be treated like a princess on her special day.



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