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Thursday 18 September 2014

Victoria Beckham 'hires petting zoo for Harper'

Harper and Victoria Beckham

Victoria Beckham is sparing no expense when it comes to celebrating her daughter Harper's second birthday.

Harper turns two tomorrow and fashion designer Victoria wants to make the occasion one to remember. The star and her husband are celebrating with a lavish party at their UK mansion, which is dubbed Beckingham Palace. The bash will be held over the weekend, meaning more people should be free to join in the fun. It's rumoured the A-list couple are splashing out £10,000 on the party.

"Victoria wants Harper to have the best time and guests will be treated to an entire petting zoo, including Shetland ponies, pigs, goats and ducks. Victoria has also booked professional face painters and a magician," an insider told the British edition of Heat magazine.

The stars and their four children moved back to the UK from America last year, following the end of David's tenure with soccer club Los Angeles Galaxy.

He has now retired from the sport and so has more time to spend with Victoria, Harper, Brooklyn, 14, Romeo, ten, and eight-year-old Cruz.

The family are excited about celebrating Harper's birthday in the UK, especially as it means all their family can be involved.

"It'll be the first time the entire family have all been back at Beckingham Palace since returning from LA and this is the first birthday Harper has had [in the UK], so Victoria and David want to make it special for her," the insider explained.

"Plus it will be the first time both sides of the family - Beckham and [Victoria's loved ones the] Adams - will have met up for ages."

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