The adorable two-year-old spent the day with her family — mum Victoria and three older brothers Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz — but it was her doting dad David who she was most entertained by.
The former England football captain, 38, hugged his daughter close to his chest and swung her up and down as they watched a hockey game in Los Angeles.
The match between the Anahiem Ducks and the Los Angeles Kings clearly went over Harper's head, as she was more concerned with cuddling up to her loving dad.
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Dressed in jeans, a white cardigan and brown leather boots, Harper looked as stylish as ever, taking after her fashion designer mum Victoria. The little cutie had her fair hair scooped up into a top-knot, which she flicked from side to side as she bent her head backwards.
Sitting alongside the sweet father-daughter duo was Victoria and her three boys. The former Spice Girl gave all her attention to her youngest son, nine-year-old Cruz, and wrapped her arms around him.
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Brooklyn, 15, and Romeo, 11, fixed their eyes on the game as they cheered on their team and later clapped from the stands.
The Beckham clan looked to be enjoying some down time in Los Angeles — the city where Harper was born and the place they once called home for six years. The family moved stateside in 2007 when David was chosen to play for LA Galaxy.
The Beckhams moved back to their native England last year and reportedly paid £31.5million for their West London home. The palatial residence comprises eight bedrooms and seven bathrooms, as well as a pool, cinema, library, panic room and 100ft Oriental garden.
Earlier this year David and Victoria commissioned renowned artist Damien Hirst to create a piece for little Harper. The artwork, which is aptly called Daddy's Girl, is of a huge pink heart adorned with butterflies and is said to hang in the toddler's bedroom.