Wednesday 28 September 2016

Victoria tells of 'tomboy' daughter

Published 24/04/2015 | 08:31

Victoria Beckham spoke about her children while appearing on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in the US
Victoria Beckham spoke about her children while appearing on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in the US

Victoria Beckham has said her daughter Harper enjoys playing football, while son Brooklyn has worked in the local cafe for two years.

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The fashion designer, who has four children with husband David, was appearing on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in the US.

Speaking about their three-year-old daughter Harper, she said: " She's amazing. All the kids are amazing. I mean, they're really good kids. You know, they work hard at school. They're happy, they're funny.

"They're just really good kids. And she's so great. 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."

Along with Harper, the couple also have 16-year-old Brooklyn, 12-year-old Romeo and 10-year-old Cruz.

DeGeneres asked the former Spice Girl about Brooklyn and his part-time job.

Beckham said: "Yeah, he's worked in the local cafe washing up dishes for the past two years, which I think is great. 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."

The chat show host played a game with Posh in which she was asked to identify where exactly David's tattoos are.

The deal was that for each tattoo that she could match to the correct body part she was to win 1,000 US dollars (£660).

Beckham was unable to initially say exactly what order the names of their children were tattooed on her husband's back.

She joked: "I need to look at him more."

Although she did not get all of them correct, DeGeneres gave her 10,000 dollars (£6,600) to donate to the United Nations.

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