Victoria Beckham has revealed her daughter Harper has already started giving her fashion tips and compliments her mother on her choice of outfits.
Victoria Beckham gets fashion advice from her two-year-old daughter.
The Spice Girl-turned-fashion designer says Harper is a budding fashionista and always ready to give her opinion on the dresses her mother wears when she is going out.
Victoria said: ''Harper definitely has a point of view. If I'm going out for the night and come down the stairs, she'll say, 'Ooh, nice dress mummy,' or, 'Nice handbag mummy.' She's very girly, but at the same time loves to run around in football boots and a football shirt.''
Harper gets her tomboy traits from her three older brothers, Brooklyn, 14, Romeo, 10, Cruz, eight, and retired soccer star dad David Beckham.
Although Victoria, 39, is very dedicated to her eponymous fashion line - especially when she has to attend the various fashion weeks across the globe - and David, 38, to his new career pursuits, she always makes sure she devotes as much time as possible as she can to her kids.
She said: ''It's a juggling act, one that can make you feel guilty. I do find it difficult, but all working mums do. My family is my priority, but I love my job.''
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