David Beckham has shared some adorable pictures of daughter Harper waving at Taylor Swift at a concert in London.
His Instagram video shows the back of the little girl as she waves excitedly at the American singer at her Friday night gig.
Taylor is currently on her 'Reputation' tour, but doting dad David and mum Victoria weren't able to take the youngest of their brood to the concert, as they were both out of the country.
It is believed the outing was an early birthday present for the little girl, who turns seven on July 10, although it's unknown who went with her.
David was in Asia for a work commitment, while designer Victoria was in Paris for Men's Fashion Week.
She shared a cute picture of her with oldest son Brooklyn, 19, telling her followers: "So proud to have Brooklyn as my date tonight."
Victoria travelled to Paris after a whirlwind visit to New York to speak at the Forbes Women's Summit on Wednesday.
I tell her: 'Harper you're a girl and you can do anything.'
She was there to talk about how she manages to run a successful business empire while juggling life as a mum-of-four and running a household.
She told the audience: "I have the support of an incredible husband.
"We really are equal with everything we do at home with the children. When I'm away he's the one doing the school run and doing the cooking."
She also told how she encourages her only daughter to chase her dreams.
She said: "I tell her: 'Harper you're a girl and you can do anything'. She's a strong woman. She wants to be an inventor. She's a strong, smart woman. A little woman."
She added: "Regarding girl power, I am still banging on that drum, and I'm not going to stop."
Before jetting off to NYC Victoria shared a picture on Instagram of David and their three younger children, Romeo 15, Cruz, 13 and Harper cuddled up to him on Father's Day, captioned: "I think they love him. Truly the best Daddy."
The picture was liked almost 100,000 times, with fans commenting on what a beautiful family they were, one saying: "It's a blessing when you family support, money cannot come close."