Little Harper Beckham met Prince Harry during a charity football match Saturday. But, the toddler seemed to be unfazed with the bearded royal. David and Victoria Beckham’s mini-me was there along with her older brothers Romeo and Cruz to show support to their father.
The 31-year-old royal met Harper and her brothers at the match. Harry was dressed in dark fleece and trousers, and was pictured greeting the two Beckham boys and their little sister with a handshake. Their brief encounter was filmed and posted by app MyEye.
The mini fashionista wore a red long coat, pale blue jeans and camel Chelsea boots. Her coat is by children’s wear designer Marie-Chantal. The tot has earlier also been sporting the label by the Crown Princess of Greece.
The Toddler’s and Little Girl’s Wool Bow Coat featured a pretty bow at the neck and a subtly flared shape. The coat also featured two big front pockets and is made of pure wool.
Her long blonde hair was left loose over her shoulders. The tot has taken after her fashion designer mom. Her coat’s red color gave a nod to Manchester United.
Meanwhile, her older brothers Romeo, 13 and Cruz, 10 were both dressed in the team kits in red consisting of football T-shirts and shorts with “UNICEF” and “Match for children” written on them. The football match was in aid of UNICEF and also happened to be David’s much-awaited return to Old Trafford where he spent 11 years of his career as Manchester United’s top midfielder.
David and his 16-year-old son Brooklyn played the match for Great Britain Ireland team against the Rest of the World team captained by Zinedine Zidane which had several legendary footballers.
David shared an adorable video on Instagram of the moment he went off the pitch and his son Brooklyn subbed in for him. David’s team won 3-1.
He also posted a photo of the father-son duo indulging in a pre-game meal at Old Trafford. “Look who came to have pre match meal with his dad....One of my lasting memories was walking this little boy around Old Trafford age just 18 months.... Good to be home,” Beckham captioned the picture.
The football superstar hosted the charity Match for Children to raise money for Unicef, of which he is a goodwill ambassador. David played seven matches in seven continents. The places where he stopped by to play matches to aid children include Papua New Guinea, Nepal, Buenos Aires, Djibouti on the Horn of Africa, Miami and frozen Antarctica.