David Beckham snaps family selfies on front row at New York Fashion Week

David Beckham snaps family selfies on front row at New York Fashion Week as Victoria Beckham debuts her Autumn / Winter 2014 collection

David Beckham was seen capturing the special moment when the whole Beckham brood was sitting front row at New York Fashion Week, snapping family selfies on Sunday morning ahead of Victoria Beckham's runway show in the Big Apple.

The dad of four took a photograph of himself and toddler Harper, who was sitting on his lap, and his three sons Brooklyn, 14, Romeo, 11, and eight-year-old Cruz. The photo came as the family sat on the front row at their mum’s fashion show, where she presented her Autumn / Winter 2014 collection on the idea that, in her words, "Everything is not what it seems."


Football star David looked as dapper as ever in a pair of grey trousers, black jacket, crisp white shirt and eye-catching polka dot yellow tie.

Two-year-old Harper was adorable for her outing at NYFW in a charcoal grey dress, tights and beige flats. Her brown locks were pulled up into a bun and finished with a cute bow.

Romeo and Cruz were handsome in skinny black trousers and smart trench coats while Brooklyn opted for a black tie suit.

The proud family were seated next to Vogue editor Anna Wintour and her daughter Bee Shaffer for the catwalk show.

To celebrate his fashion designer wife's success, David took the family for lunch afterwards at Balthazar's fine dining restaurant in SoHo.

On Saturday, the day before her NY show, Victoria shared a photo of the "beautiful" good luck note her family wrote to spur her on.

"Beautiful message from my babies x vb," wrote Victoria on Instagram, along with a picture of the handwritten note.

"Good luck mommy," it read. "Love David, Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz and Harper xxxxx."

The touching image quickly earned more than 51,000 likes from Victoria's fans, as well as a host of admiring comments.

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