When you were seven, you were probably playing around in your back garden with a pal from down the road after a long tiring day at school – not worrying about what your skin is going to look like in 40 years time.
But it seems as though a lot has changed since then, as little Harper Beckham was treated to a luxury facial from her mum Victoria.
That’s right, the seven-year-old most likely has a better skincare than we ever will, as she was filmed by her mama enjoying a ‘baby facial’ from Dr Barbara Sturm.
You know, the therapist who invented that vampire facial.
Yes, she was put on the map when Kim Kardashian tried out the ‘Dracula’ therapy, which is essentially having the stem cells extracted from your blood injected back into your face.
But it looked like Harper skipped on the microblading part, as she seemed pretty relaxed in the former Spice Girls Instagram story.
Lying down on one of the spa’s beds, the youngster could be seen with her hair all taken back in a net, while the beautician dabbed her face with a towel.
The 44-year-old captioned the video: ‘Baby facial with @drbarbarasturm… We must use clean products on our children.’
After spending quality time together, the pair headed off out in London where they met up with dad David to try out some vegan food.
Taking a picture of the restaurant FILTH , the fashion mogul wrote: ‘Vegan dinner tonight with the kids – but what will they think?’
She later revealed that the family ‘loved it’ as she wrote: ‘David Beckham loved it too, so will the Beckhams become vegan?’
Oooh, we’ll have to wait and see Vic!
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It appeared that Harper enjoyed the family outing as the mother-of-four shared a sweet note written to her by the little one, which thanked her ‘mummy’ for the day.
The letter read: ‘Dear mummy, thank you for what you have done for us fun, happiness, kindness, love and most of all your heart.’
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