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David Beckham kisses daughter Harper, 9, on the lips as they forage for fruit and veg

DAVID Beckham gives daughter Harper, 9, a kiss on the lips as they enjoy a day out foraging for fruit and veg and having autumnal fun.

The A-list family shared what they’d been up to at the Daylesford Organic Farm in Gloucestershire with their Instagram followers.

David, 45, looked the picture of country chic for the outing in a brown long-sleeved shirt, corduroy trousers and baker boy cap.

In one photo the football legend gave daughter Harper a kiss on the lips as they posed for a photo with the autumnal wreaths they’d made.

Taking time out from her hectic fashion design business, David’s wife Victoria documented all the activities the family had been enjoying while at the farm. 

The family got stuck into farm life by picking kale, fresh salad, apples and lots of other healthy treats.

Getting further in the autumnal and harvest time spirit, David and Harper got creative making floral bouquets and wreaths to go up in their Cotswolds home.

Enjoying her day out with the parents, Harper, nine, looked adorable as she donned a white jumper with denim jeans and black trainers. 

Seemingly having a great time, Harper beamed as she picked the vegetables with her dad  and grinned as she showed off the bouquet of flowers she had made. 

Clearly proud of his daughter, David shared a photo of her little girl with her bouquet writing across the sweet snap: “End product. My clever little florist.”

David and Victoria often share sweet photos and videos of their youngest child Harper with their Instagram followers. 

Earlier this month the couple got treated to an adorable surprise of breakfast in bed. 

Victoria posted a picture of the breakfast and the note that came with it saying: "We love you so much Harper Seven."

The youngster had knocked up a breakfast of fruit and a toasted egg sandwich decorated with tomato ketchup love-hearts.

The smart and popped the whole thing on a tray with a glass of water with 'Love' written on the side.

It came with a note that read: "Dear Mummy and Daddy, I hope you sleeped well and I hope you both like your breakfast.

"I love you so so so much. Happy Sunday."

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