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Who Are David and Victoria Beckham’s Children? What We Know about Harper, Cruz, Romeo, and Brooklyn

Bettina Dizon
Jun 14, 2022
03:20 P.M.
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Victoria and David Beckham's children are growing up victorious in their own career paths. Their youngest daughter, Harper Beckham, seems to be following in her mother's footsteps like her older brothers.

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David and Victoria Beckham are among the most influential couples worldwide. As famous celebrities, they started and raised their family under the public's watch, welcoming critics and fans alike.

Recently, David was spotted with his daughter, Harper, walking hand-in-hand to the Fenice theatre in Venice, Italy.

David Beckham, Victoria Beckham and their sons Cruz, Romeo and Brooklyn Beckham during the 27th Anniversary Sports Spectacular benefiting Cedars-Sinai Medical Genetics Institute at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza on May 20, 2012 in Century City, California. | Source: Getty Images

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The former football player looked dashing in a black suit paired with dark shades, while his youngest child was dressed in a pink and purple gown and high-cut sneakers.

WHO ARE DAVID AND VICTORIA BECKHAM'S CHILDREN? MEET HARPER, CRUZ, ROMEO, AND BROOKLYN

Harper, born on July 10, 2011, is the only girl of the four Beckham kids. She started attending a top London Stage school in 2017 and seems interested in fashion and makeup.

The second youngest Beckham child is Cruz, born on February 20, 2005, in Madrid. At age two, he already performed a dance routine before the Spice Girls fans at Madison Square Garden.

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David Beckham and sons Brooklyn, Cruz, and Romeo at the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil Final match at Maracana on July 13, 2014 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. | Source: Getty Images

It seems like Victoria's youngest son is following in her footsteps. In 2016, Cruz released the single "If Every Day Was Christmas" and donated the proceeds to charity.

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Another Beckham boy who inherited his mother's talent is Romeo, born on September 1, 2002. Romeo already has over 3 million Instagram followers and began his modeling career at ten. He has since focused on that path and gained success over the years.

Brooklyn is the eldest of the couple's children, born on March 4, 1999. Although his mom gave him a name that was "a bit blokey," if by any chance he became a football player, Brooklyn fell in love with the arts. He published a photography book, "What I See," and is married to Nicola Peltz.

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DAVID BECKHAM SPENDING THE HOLIDAY WITH HIS DAUGHTER IN VENICE, ITALY

As the youngest and only girl, David may be more protective when it comes to Harper. Recently, the two traveled to Venice and spent quality time together.

As seen in his Instagram posts, they enjoyed sitting in a gondola, cruising through the waters in a speed boat, and eating ice cream. David and Victoria are undoubtedly raising their children well, which may stem from the strong foundation they built as a couple.

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DAVID AND VICTORIA'S RELATIONSHIP

The pair first met in 1997 while at a charity football match. It didn't take long before they knew they wanted to spend the rest of their lives together, so the following year, David and Victoria got engaged.

In 1999, after giving birth to Brooklyn, the duo tied the knot at Luttrellstown Castle. The singer donned a 20-foot train Vera Wang bridal gown while her groom looked dapper in an all-white tux.

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Together, they overcame challenges such as relocating due to David's career and infidelity rumors. However, they became stronger and more committed to one another each time. Victoria said at that time:

“You know, I love and trust my husband 100%. It's my job to protect the family. We have a very nice, positive energy around us as a family, and if it's not positive and nice, I don't want to know about it.”

Today, the couple remains happy and in love. They have also done a great job raising their children into successful and talented young people.

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