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VB: Harper loves her brothers

Published 24/04/2015

Victoria Beckham
Victoria Beckham

Victoria Beckham says her four children are "everything" to her and husband David.

The former Spice Girl has the three-year-old with husband David. The couple also have three sons and Victoria revealed her little girl adores her big brothers.

"She's amazing. All the kids are amazing. They're just really good kids. And she's so great," she gushed to Ellen DeGeneres. "And the boys are great with her. She's a little tomboy. You know, she loves to wear little dresses, but then she loves to put her football boots on and get in the garden with her brothers and have a bit of rough and tumble, which I think is great."

Victoria and footballer David have been married for 15 years and split their time between America and England with Harper and boys Brooklyn, 16, Romeo, 12 and ten-year-old Cruz. Despite their jet setting life, the 41-year-old and her husband want their offspring to learn the value of money. And during her chat with Ellen, Victoria spoke about Brooklyn's foray into part-time work.

"Yeah, he's worked in the local cafe washing up dishes for the past two years, which I think is great," she smiled. "You know, for me and David, we work a lot, but the kids are everything to us. And we're very, very present. And I think it's important that the kids have a good work ethic and, you know, try to help other people as well."

While Victoria isn't known for smiling so much in front of the cameras, she was up for a laugh with the chat show host. The designer took part in a game where she had to identify exactly where certain tattoos were on her husband's heavily inked body.

With each correct answer she would win $1,000 for the United Nations, but Victoria struggled to say exactly what order the names of their children were tattooed on her spouse's back.

"I need to look at him more," she laughed.

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