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Friday 30 January 2015

Victoria vows to protect Harper

LONDON, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 16:  Victoria Beckham attends an evening celebrating with The Global Fund featuring the first green carpet challenge at Apsley House on September 16, 2013 in London, England.  (Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images)
Victoria Beckham

Victoria Beckham is reportedly "torn" about whether to appear on the cover of US Vogue with her daughter Harper.

The fashion designer and her husband David have sons Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz and two-year-old daughter Harper.

According to rumours, Victoria and her little girl have been offered a place on the US Vogue cover, but the former singer is said to be in two minds over whether to accept.

"So far Victoria is saying no because she doesn't want to expose Harper in that way. She knows the paparazzi take shots but this is different - it will put little Harper unwittingly in the spotlight and set a precedent for the future," a source explained to British magazine Star.

"Victoria's completely torn and in two minds about the situation. The problem is that she's been craving this opportunity for so long and she knows the pictures would be amazing.

"But she doesn't want to be accused of treating Harper differently to how she treated her sons."

US Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour attended Victoria's New York Fashion Week show, sitting front row with David and Harper.

She was seen cooing over the adorable tot, which has given Victoria hope there is some room for negotiation when it comes to the cover.

"Having Anna on side and enjoying the fact her collection is going from strength to strength is everything Victoria has ever wanted," the insider continued.

"One option that's been mooted is to do a cover with David as well, like Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes did when they posed with Suri on the cover of Vanity Fair. But it's Harper that's the sticking point."

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