David Beckham 'loves dressing daughter'

David Beckham loves "doting" on his daughter and dressing her up.

The British soccer star – who recently announced he is retiring - has four children with his wife Victoria Beckham, the youngest being 22-month-old daughter Harper. David is often seen taking his kids to the park and it seems that while he is teaching his sons about soccer, he is also taking an interest in Harper's fashion forward wardrobe.

"Victoria has always dressed Harper beautifully, but lately it's been David who's taken the reins.

David tends to pick her bright clothes, whereas Victoria is a fan of a more conservative, neutral palette. He adores doting on her and dressing her up," a source told British magazine Grazia.

Since arriving into the world, Harper has been spotted in a series of designer outfits from fashion houses including mini version of her mother's creations.

According to Grazia, David loves splashing out on new items for Harper - and they were even spotted wearing matching winter coats in March.

He is said to have set up a special wardrobe for his little girl at the Le Bristol hotel where he has been staying since he signed a deal to play for French soccer team Paris Saint-Germain.

"He's always trying to pick up cool things to wear," the source added.

David has previously revealed he is over the moon to have a little girl around the house and has explained how different Harper is to his sons.

“She's relaxed, she's feminine - that was the biggest thing for me, it sounds silly but, everything about her is feminine, so having a little girl...,” he beamed last year. “It still amazes me…"

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