David Beckham admits he won't let Victoria cut Harper's hair

The football star revealed he won't let Victoria touch his daughter's tresses.


David Beckham has experimented with a wide range of hairstyles over the years, but when it comes to his four-year-old daughter Harper, the sports icon has revealed he doesn't want to change her look. The 40-year-old has confessed that when wife Victoria Beckham suggested they cut Harper's hair, he refused.

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David Beckham revealed he won't let Victoria cut Harper's hair

"About a year ago, my wife said, 'Maybe we should cut Harper's hair'. And I was like, 'No! We need to grow it. Do. Not. Touch,'" he told Yahoo. "Since she was born, we haven't cut it. That's why it's pretty much down to her knees."

"I just had to!" he added, explaining his decision to "save" his daughter's hair. "It's just so good, isn't it?"

However when it comes to fashion, David admitted that his style icon wife reigns supreme, revealing that he often turns to her to approve his outfits before they leave the house.

"I trust her more than I trust my judgement!" he said. "I've never turned around to her and said, 'you don't look good in that; change.' Frankly, it's hard—very, very hard—for Victoria to look bad in anything.

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David revealed he always turns to Victoria for fashion advice

"But there are definitely times when I've worn things and she's said, 'Nice try, go back upstairs'."

When it comes to Harper however, David has previously admitted that he sometimes gets "in trouble" with his wife because of how easily he gives in to their adorable daughter.

"I have no power with that little girl – no power whatsoever," he told Entertainment Tonight, before adding that he was "definitely stricter" with sons Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz.

"I love all my children, of course, equally but I'm definitely stricter with the boys than I am Harper, which gets me in trouble with my wife of course," he admitted.

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