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David Beckham is dressed by his three-year-old

12 September 2014, 06:58

Los Angeles - Harper Beckham chooses which shoes her father David Beckham should wear with his outfits.

The former footballer has revealed his three-year-old daughter is already following in the footsteps of her fashion designer mother Victoria Beckham by suggesting which items of clothing he should sport on a daily basis.

He said: "She'll come in and she'll want to put my belt on or she'll dress me or she'll say, 'Daddy, wear these shoes with that.' It's amazing."

While the youngster seems to have no problem deciding what the 39-year-old hunk should wear every day, he admits she is not quite as decisive when it comes to her own garments.

Speaking on ITV morning show Lorraine, David - who also has sons, Brooklyn, 15, Romeo, 12 and nine-year-old Cruz with Victoria - said: "That started a year ago, she would get up in the morning and she'd pull her wardrobe open and take a good 20 minutes to decide what to wear and then she'd change her mind. I'm not used to that!"

"We've obviously got three boys who will stick on anything and they're happy. Apart from the middle one, Romeo's a bit more selective. With Harper she changes her mind all the time. I've heard all little girls are like this. It's amazing to watch."

Harper is not the only Beckham child who has a keen eye for fashion as her older brother Brooklyn went along to support his mother at the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015 fashion show in New York on Sunday.

The teenager sat alongside dad David in the front row. The former England captain admitted his son had a great time at the event.

He said: "He seemed to enjoy it, he was definitely looking at the clothes and obviously the girls walking around - he loved it. He's really proud of what his mom has achieved as well and Victoria is even more proud to have him sat in the front row of the show."

- BangShowBiz


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