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David Beckham's soft touch with Harper

Published 29/09/2015

David Beckham
David Beckham

David Beckham has no power when it comes to his youngest child, daughter Harper.

(Cover) - EN Showbiz - David Beckham is laidback when it comes to daughter Harper.

The former sportsman is a proud father to four children with wife Victoria, but admits he can be pretty strict with his boys Brooklyn, 16, Romeo, 13, and ten-year-old Cruz.

When it comes to his four-year-old daughter though, the handsome star shows a much softer side.

"I have no power with that little girl - no power whatsoever," David grinned to ET.

"I love all my children, of course, equally but I'm definitely stricter with the boys than I am Harper, which gets me in trouble with my wife of course."

David and Victoria have recently been rocked by reports that their marriage is in trouble. However, David could not have been a prouder husband when his wife took to the UN stage yesterday (28Sep15) to deliver a powerful speech on the fight against AIDS. He even uploaded a snap to his Instagram, and told ET the secret to their happiness is "nothing comes in the way of our family."

Unfortunately the 40-year-old couldn't be there in person, as he was in London, UK, at the annual Pride of Britain Awards.

The ceremony honours the achievements of truly remarkable people, and always has a star-studded line-up to help give out the awards.

"It is an honour and privilege to be here," David told the crowd.

Chatting to 13-year-old Sohanna backstage before he presented her with a Teenager of Courage Award, David showed his smooth side by complimenting her look.

“You look beautiful... And your dress is fantastic," he told her. “It’s a real honour to meet you."

After the event the star took to his social media accounts to praise the awards.

"Incredible night at Pride of Britain Awards and met this special girl Sohanna. Honoured to present her with the Teenager of Courage Award," he captioned a snap on Instagram.

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