Victoria Beckham has opened up in a new interview to reveal how her mini-me daughter shares her love of clothes and make-up.
In an exclusive interview with This Morning on Thursday, the 42-year-old mum told how four-year-old Harper is already such a pro at dressing up in her mum’s heals, she can even run in them.
The former Spice Girl also candidly revealed her top tips for looking runway ready.
Speaking in her only UK TV interview for New York Fashion Week, Victoria said: 'Harper loves beauty!
‘I'm very close with all of the children, but the great thing about Harper being a little girl she loves to play with make-up - it's great mother and daughter time.
'She's very, very girly, but she also loves to run around in the garden and get muddy with her brothers.
'She's been able to run in platforms for a few years now! She can wear heels like most grown ups cannot.'
The mother-of-four - who also raises Brooklyn, 17, Romeo, 13, and Cruz, 11, with her husband David - was sharing her top beauty secrets live from New York, explaining that she prides herself on making the most of what she's got.
The modest star said: 'I like to make the best of what I have. I'm not a supermodel, clearly! I'm a real woman.'
Sharing her diet secrets with viewers, the designer revealed she eats healthy, balanced meals with plenty of avocado, oily fish and nuts to ensure her body gets plenty of good fats.
She added: 'I like to look after myself and work out, drink lots of water.'
The fashionista, who has been in the public eye for two decades, is rarely seen with a smile on her face in public.
But despite her coy demeanour, Victoria says she would choose a smile over a pout any day.
‘I actually do smile quite a lot - I know that does shock people. I feel very happy, lucky and blessed', she enthused.
Despite her chic, sophisticated style being a far cry from the WAG look she favoured during her pop heyday, the star says she has no regrets.
'I don't consider anything a beauty fail', she said. 'I've learnt so much over the years, I believe everything is good and you can learn from every experience.'
Quizzed about what she would like her lasting legacy to be, Victoria admitted she hopes to help empower and inspire women.
She concluded: 'I would like people to think of me as someone who really celebrated being a woman.
'No matter how old, shape size... I wan't to make women feel like the best version of themselves and empower them.'