Celebrity News: The little daughter of the Beckhams disguises as a princess to visit with friends the official residence of Queen Elizabeth, where they were surprised Eugenia of York
Harper Beckham is the princess of his house. And for one day her parents wanted her to feel like a real princess. To celebrate their sixth birthday, David and Victoria Beckham took their youngest daughter and some friends of the little party in the Buckingham Palace. Crowns and princess’ costumes (Elsa’s from the Frozen Frozen was chosen by Harper) were the chosen uniform for a date in which the girls crossed the halls of the official residence of Queen Elizabeth of England with one of their Granddaughters, Princess Eugenia.
“Lucky Harper meeting a real life princess at the Palace,” wrote David Beckham next to a group photo on his Instagram account. Previously, the ex-football player also published another image next to its daughter, in which it dedicated an affectionate message to him. “Happy Birthday to our special little young lady …Such a special girl who brings so much joy and happiness into our lives.. Happy 6th birthday ( I can’t believe your 6 already ) have the most amazing day we love you pretty lady x” she wrote on the social network in which she has 38.5 million followers.
Victoria Beckham also shared in the same social network a photograph of her little daughter, in which she is seen dressed princess Elsa de Arendelle in one of the courtyards of the palace. ” Our little birthday princess x Kisses” the designer published on her Instagram account. Although her birthday is this Monday, it seems that the princess’ party, with Eugenia de York among the guests, was held last week.
While most girls settle for a party at home or at a playground, little Harper, whose name her parents have already registered, could play to be a real princess. Something has to serve him that his parents are two of the most influential British characters, both have been honored with the medal of the Order of the British Empire and have rubbed shoulders on more than one occasion with the members of the royal family (not missing, For example, to the wedding of William of England and Kate Middleton in 2011).
Like the Beckham marriage, their three older children, Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz, also published their public congratulations on their respective Instagram accounts, each of which shared a photo with the youngest of the family. Of course, Harper, who from their birth their parents have wanted to become an instant style guru, also had a much more familiar party, as taught Victoria Beckham this weekend in his account of Instagram, in which the ex-Spice Girl has 16.3 million followers.
With photos like these, it is understood the nickname that received the house that the marriage Beckham owns in Hertfordshire, valued at 10 million pounds and put on sale in 2013: The Beckingham Palace.