David Beckham enlists his three sons to protect their little sister, Harper, 12

Harper Beckham will have little to worry about as she has three older brothers to protect her.

In the caption of a sentimental post, David Beckham asked his three sons, Brooklyn, 25, Romeo, 21, and Cruz, 19, to keep an eye on their little sister as she gets older. He said it was necessary to prevent this from happening. shared on Instagram Friday.

“My little girl is growing up 🥹 boys get ready @brooklynpeltzbeckham @romeobeckham @cruzbeckham 🥊,” he captioned the post. The 48-year-old former soccer pro also gave a shoutout to Harper’s mother, Victoria Beckham, adding: “@victoriabeckham you did a great job mama 🤍.”

A photo he shared showed his youngest child, 12-year-old Harper, sitting on his lap at a black-tie event.

“My girls are growing up 🥹, boys get ready @BrooklynPeltzBeckham @RomeoBeckham @CruzBeckham 🥊 ‘ with the caption. Instagram/@victoriabeckham
The soccer legend shares Harper’s children with wife Victoria Beckham. Cruz Beckham/Instagram

It’s unclear whether David’s sons or wife saw the call to action, but Harper’s sister-in-law and Brooklyn’s wife, Nicola Peltz-Beckham, commented on the post.

“My best friend 😭🩷,” the 29-year-old actress sweetly wrote about her soon-to-be teenager.

Harper’s famous parents showered her with love when she turned 12 last July, celebrating by heading to the Prada Cafe in London’s Harrods department store. She matched her purple slip dress with chunky white sneakers as she hit up the gorgeous cafe.

Harper will be a teenager this year. David Beckham/Instagram
The famous family celebrated her 12th birthday at the Prada Café in Harrods department store in London in 2023. Victoria Beckham/Instagram

“Harper Seven is 12 years old!! (Almost) Prada Party for @HarperSeven💕Chic!!,” the Spice Girls musician, 49, captioned a carousel of photos taken at the gathering.

David previously explained that because of his upbringing and Harper, he intentionally raised his sons to respect women and support feminism.

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“I think that’s a big part of having a little girl,” he told the Irish Independent (via Elle) 2017.

David said he raised his sons to be feminists. Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images
“I think that’s a big part of having a little girl,” he explained in a past interview. david beckham/instagram

“You know, my mother and father always raised me to respect my sisters, my mother and my grandmother,” he continued.

“I think that’s one of the things I’ve always been brought up with. It’s an important part of my life. It’s always been an important part of my life.”

“I want to do the same for my children. My sons,” said the father of four.