Harper Beckham supports NHS in charity tee and £15 shoes

Maisie BovingdonShopping writer
Yahoo Style UK
Harper Beckham dishes more style inspiration in NHS t-shirt and Adidas sliders. (Getty Images)
Harper Beckham dishes more style inspiration in NHS t-shirt and Adidas sliders. (Getty Images)

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Victoria Beckham has been sharing moments from her family’s life during lockdown and last night shared two new images of her daughter, Harper.

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The fashion designer uploaded a pair of Instagram photos of the eight-year-old showing her support for the NHS in a rainbow T-shirt.

Beckham shared the snaps on the same day that the UK public pays thanks to the NHS with the weekly Clap For Carers.

In the photos, Harper is seen playing on a swing in the Beckham family’s sprawling Cotswolds home, where they’re isolating together.

Only eldest child Brooklyn, 21, is absent. He’s thought to be spending lockdown in girlfriend Nicola Peltz’s family home in Bedford, New York.

Harper wore Kindred’s Thank You NHS Kids T-shirt in the pics, which retails for £15.

All proceeds goes towards NHS Charities Together.

The youngest of the Beckham brood finished her outfit with a pair of jeans, purposefully ripped on the knee, and bubblegum pink slides from Adidas.

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