Harper Beckham is famously close to dad David - and now her mum Victoria has been revealed he was there to record her first wobbly steps.
The fashion designer, 46, shared a sweet throwback clip of the milestone moment in a family video montage to mark the football star’s 45th birthday.
In the footage - which the Spice Girl revealed in an Instagram post to her 28m followers - the little toddler can be seen trying to walk tentatively towards the sportsman, who appears to be behind the camera.
As she tumbles to floor, the father-of-four can be heard encouragingly telling her: “Clever girl!”
The heart-warming video - compiled together with dozens of family moments from over the years - also features sons Brooklyn, 21, Romeo, 17, and Cruz, 15.
These include Victoria and David hugging at their eldest’s recent 21st birthday, and the couple’s other two sons playing the guitar as youngsters.
The former pop star captioned the clips: “Happy bday to the best daddy.
“Celebrating in lockdown and missing @brooklynbeckham and all our friends and family today. We all love you so much xxx."
It has been viewed more than one million times, with more than 3,000 fans leaving their birthday wishes.
One person wrote: “What a beautiful family.”
Another commented: “Happy Birthday David!”
A third added: “Gorgeous photos!!”
And a fourth shared: “Brilliant Victoria.”
Victoria also posted an old photo of her with David as they walked their dogs, a month before their engagement was announced in 1997.
She captioned the throwback shot: “"Happy birthday @davidbeckham x Remembering our walks with snoop and puffy in Manchester all those years ago.
“Still dog walking together 23 years later. Love you so much x”
Since being posted, the snap has received more than 440,000 ‘likes’ and over 2,000 comments.
The Beckhams are believed to be in coronavirus lockdown at their country home in the Cotswolds, where they have been residing since mid-March.
It comes as David recently wrote a motivational message on Instagram to people struggling with the impact of the pandemic.
He sent his “thoughts and best wishes” to everybody as we face “unprecedented challenges”.
The star also offered three pieces of advice from UNICEF and the World Health Organisation, which included washing your hands regularly with soap and water and covering your mouth and nose while sneezing or coughing.
He finished the post by saying: “Sending you my love during this time, let’s keep safe.”