Watch Harper Beckham meet Prince Harry at UNICEF match, sharing an adorable … – Mirror.co.uk
Harper Beckham is one very popular four-year-old.
The only daughter of power couple David and Victoria Beckham sat front-row at fashion week alongside Anna Wintour, and now she’s met royalty.
On Saturday, Harper and her older brothers Cruz and Romeo were introduced to Prince Harry during a charity match organised by the former England football captain David in aid of UNICEF.
In a video clip, captured by live streaming app MyEye, the Prince can be seen greeting Cruz and Romeo with a hearty handshake as they stand on the sidelines.
Harper however seems less impressed by the Royal meeting as she hides her hands up her coat sleeves.
The mini fashionista, who was sporting a stylish red coat that matched the Manchester United colours, looked nervous as Harry stretched out his hand – initially pulling away before shaking his hand.
Harper was being looked after by 10-year-old Cruz and 13-year-old Romeo, who were both kitted out in red UNICEF football ensembles.
The siblings were supporting their dad David as he made his much-anticipated return to Old Trafford.
Becks was captaining the Great Britain and Ireland team, managed by Sir Alex Ferguson, as they took on the Rest of the World XI, led by Zidane Zidane, for a charity game in aid of UNICEF .
Romeo, Cruz and Harper beamed with pride as they joined their dad on the pitch at Manchester United’s ground.
David, 40, was seen tenderly pulling back Harper’s long hair as she stood between two of her big brothers.
The game proved to be a real family affair with David’s eldest son, 16-year-old Brooklyn, later replacing his old man on the pitch for the final 15 minutes.
Becks later replaced Sol Campbell and played alongside his son, with them both wearing the famous No. 7 shirt.
The match went ahead despite the devastating attacks in Paris on Friday night.
Earlier in the day Victoria Beckham shared a post to Instagram which explained the decision: “The terrible events in Paris last night are devastating for so many. Our thoughts are with all those who have been caught up in these events, their families and friends.
“In Manchester today, at the Match for Children in aid of UNICEF, Goodwill Ambassador David Beckham and players will be paying tribute to those who have lost their lives with a minute’s silence and by wearing black armbands.
“The match will see players and fans of all nations come together to unite and help create a safer world for every child around the world.”