They’ve always been a close-knit mother-daughter-duo.
And Victoria Beckham was every inch the doting mum when she left her nine-year-old daughter a letter from the tooth fairy on Saturday.
The Spice Girl, 47, told her followers excitedly on Instagram: ‘Someone’s tooth fell out last night!’
‘Someone’s tooth fell out last night!’ Victoria Beckham was every inch the doting mother when she left her nine-year-old daughter a letter from the tooth fairy on Saturday
Victoria filmed the collection of magical messages, all of which were covered in cute love hearts.
The main card read: ‘Dear Harper, Thank you for your beautiful tooth! Us fairies love you so much!’
Meanwhile, a series of smaller hear-shaped letters reminded Harper of some of her positive qualities.
‘Dear Harper, here are just a few reasons why everyone loves you. Harper is smart. Harper is kind. Harper is funny. Harper is sensitive,’ they said.
‘Thank you for your beautiful tooth’: Victoria filmed the collection of magical messages, all of which were covered in cute love hearts
Victoria went on to ask her followers what they do with their kids’ teeth once they fall out, as she admitted to having a whole bucket full of them at home.
She wrote: ‘Yet another tooth for my collection… does anyone else have this!?’
Victoria shared a selection of responses from her fans, including one from her son Brooklyn’s fiancee Nicola – who had a very unique suggestion.
Admitting it was her ‘favourite’ response, Victoria shared the comment which read: ‘Dip it gold and wear them on a necklace!’
What to do? Victoria went on to ask her followers what they do with their kids’ teeth once they fall out, as she admitted to having a whole bucket full of them at home
The sweet post comes after Victoria gave an insight into how her family spent lockdown on Thursday.
Speaking to Evening Standard, the designer revealed unlike most of the nation – she refused to wear loungewear in the house – but did identify with parents struggling with homeschooling.
Discussing how the family coped in the last year, she revealed that she acted as a ‘cheerleader’ for the group and was determined to keep everyone’s spirits high as they focused on spending time together.
‘Here are just a few reasons why everyone loves you’: A series of smaller hear-shaped letters reminded Harper of some of her positive qualities
Victoria and husband David, 44, spent the first lockdown in the Cotswolds with children Romeo, 17, Cruz, 15 and Harper, nine – while eldest son Brooklyn, 22, spent some time with fiancee Nicola Peltz, 26, in the States.
Speaking about her experience, Victoria revealed that although she wanted to wear something ‘more casual’, she refused to sit around in loungewear.
She explained: ‘At first it was a novelty… I love to dress up, and put makeup on and do my hair. It’s who I am.
‘I don’t just dress up to look a certain way for other people, I do it because it makes me feel good about myself.’
Beckham Brood: The sweet post comes after Victoria gave an insight into how her family spent lockdown on Thursday (pictured together earlier this year)
She continued: ‘Obviously I was a little bit more relaxed at home but i still wanted to make an effort. I wasn’t going to automatically put on sweatpants – even if they are very nice Reebok sweatpants!
‘I wasn’t just going to give up and put on an elasticated waistband.’
Emily mused: ‘It seems David doesn’t like you in too many saggy sweatpant looks,’ to which Victoria replied, ‘I don’t know. He likes me to dress casually but every day I was still working.
‘When it started to get difficult and the weather wasn’t so great and the novelty had worn off I’m a bit of a cheerleader for the family.
Reunited: Victoria and David spent the first lockdown in the Cotswolds with Romeo, Cruz, and Harper while eldest son Brooklyn stayed with fiancee Nicola Peltz in the States
‘I wanted to wake up and be positive, and I did feel positive, so for me to put on nice clothes and put a bit of makeup on – I’m not saying I was wandering around the house in super high heels – I don’t want to shatter the illusion but I still wanted to make a bit of an effort.’
Revealing how they kept the kids entertained, Victoria said: ‘When lockdown first happened, the schools closed and we said the focus has to be the children.
‘We wanted kids who come out of lockdown happy and free spirited. Yes we have to do schoolwork but it’s a time for the family to be close, to communicate. It’s the most important thing to sit and watch movies and cuddle with the children – and yes have a bottle of wine – that’s ok!
‘But to just spend time together, communicate and talk to the kids, because the little people felt very very nervous and vulnerable during this time. They just don’t know how to vocalise this.’
The mother-of-four also revealed that homeschooling daughter Harper, nine, during lockdown gave her a greater appreciation for teachers.
Speaking about Harper and Cruz’s return to school, she revealed: ‘They were so happy. I mean, our kids love going to school for social friends. They work hard at school.
Homeschooling: Victoria revealed she found teaching her children difficult and had never seen Harper so excited to go back to school (pictured together last summer)
‘But I’ve never seen my kids so excited to go back to school and it was lovely to see. We forget how much they have missed.
‘I think mine actually appreciate school more. Because they’ve seen actually that without it, life was a bit lonely. And how much do we appreciate teachers now?
‘I appreciate teachers so much more, homeschooling is no joke. I can run a business. I can sit in a board meeting. No problem. Yeah, home-schooling the kids is really, really, really tough.’
Grateful: The mother-of-four also revealed that homeschooling daughter during lockdown gave her a greater appreciation for teachers