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Saturday 8th August 2020

David Beckham's fans SLATE his new hairstyle after sharing selfie

His proud photo showing off daughter Harper's toy definitely backfired!

David Beckham has finally finished creating his daughter Harper's Lego Disney castle after starting construction almost one week ago.

The retired footballer shared a late-night picture of himself smiling (and TOPLESS) while next to the completed toy, which includes more than 4,000 pieces.

He wrote, on Instagram: “1am done… Someone’s gonna have a nice surprise in the morning, zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.”

The gorgeous 'Golden Balls' shared the proud selfie of him next to the castle he made for daughter, Harper. (Credit: Instagram/@davidbeckham)

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But despite some being impressed with his Lego skills, many of his 39.3m followers couldn't get over his long, blonde hair.

This takes us all right back to his Manchester United days.

While Becks is no doubt, very proud of his long locks, many thought otherwise and told him he needed to chop his hair off.

You look like an Eighties dad…

Last Wednesday he shared a hilarious photo of him looking "confused" while starting the Lego castle. (Credit: Instagram/@davidbeckham)

One bossy fan said: "Cut your hair. Now," while another asked "What have you done with your hair fam?"

"You look like an Eighties dad…", said a third.

Another one of David's fans couldn't believe all that hard work that must have gone into making the huge castle.

"What a wonderful gift for a father to give his daughter!! The time and concentration and patience and love that went into building that castle - makes it all the more special.... she's going to LOVE it!!! You are an incredible dad. 💞👸🏻💞🏰💞"

He certainly is!

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Six days earlier, the 42-year-old had told his followers on the social networking site that he was taking it upon himself to build the complex toy.

Looking down at the instructions and with the thousands of tiny pieces on a sun-lounger next to him, Beckham wrote: “Page 1 of the Disney castle, 4000 pieces 490 pages of instructions I look confused but I’m so excited.”

Well done, David!