He's spoken out about when he'll let his little girl start dating...
We love David Beckham for so many reasons: his skills on the football pitch, his impeccable fashion sense, his dashing good looks, his dapper wardrobe, and his unbreakable marriage.
However, what we love most of all is how dedicated he is to his four kids, Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz and Harper.
He often comments on how he and Victoria bring up their children. In the past, he’s commented on his kids’ social media use, their haircuts and even their views on his chubbiness (erm, okay then, Becks) – and now he’s spoken out about the rules they have to abide by when dating.
Speaking to Entertainment Tonight at the 6th Biennial UNICEF Ball in Beverly Hills, California he said the rules were totally different for his boys and his baby daughter.
‘Obviously Brooklyn is definitely at that age. You know, he’s 16, he’s definitely at that age,’ he said.
‘We’re strong parents, and strict parents, but we’re like most parents. We love our kids and we want the best for them, so we’ll see.’
But Becks, who won UNICEF’s Humanitarian Leadership Award at the event, said life will be different once his daughter reaches 16.
‘Oh yeah,’ he said. ‘That’ll definitely be different.’
Previously, Becks has admitted he has ‘no power with that little girl – no power whatsoever.’
‘I love all my children, of course, equally but I’m definitely stricter with the boys than I am Harper, which gets me in trouble with my wife of course,’ he admitted.
However, Becks once told a newspaper: ‘She’s not going out. She’s going to be like Rapunzel up in the tower.’
So will Harper be able to sneak in a cheeky date before she turns 16?
We reckon that by the time she gets asked out to her first cinema or milkshake date, her dad will be driving along behind her supervising every minute of it.
It’s only a matter of time before he becomes just as strict – if not stricter – with his youngest child.
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