Victoria Beckham has shared an adorable video featuring her daughter Harper to spread a message of positivity for fans.
To mark World Kindness Day on Wednesday (13.11.10), the former Spice Girl shared a clip that showed the eight-year-old telling followers: "Caring is sharing!"
In the video, dad David claps his hands in front of the camera like a clapperboard and calls out, "And... action" before Harper says with a big smile on her face, "Caring is sharing! Happy Kindness Day everyone!"
The caption read: "Kisses from Harper Seven on #worldkindnessday X."
Victoria's fans were delighted and rushed to tell her in the comments how adorable Harper is.
One said: "Aww she's so cute, love Harper x."
Another wrote, "She's the cutest" alongside a heart-eyes emoji.
Caring is sharing! Happy Kindness Day everyone!
A third put: "Aww she's so adorable... I can't believe she's not a little baby anymore."
Someone else commented: "So so sooo sweet, melt my heart."
"Gorgeous and super kind," wrote a fifth.
A sixth commented: "How cute you are Harper."
Victoria wasn't the only Spice Girl to share a message for her followers on World Kindness Day.Scary Spice Mel B took the opportunity to urge her fans to take a quiz and see how healthy their relationship is.
She posted a quote that read, "Should, would, could. Did" and wrote in the caption: "It's #WorlddkindnessDay today and this is really important to me and @womensaid.
"Take this quiz to see how healthy your relationship is. Please be honest. I spent so many years in denial about the abusive relationship I was in, you owe it to yourself – and your family - to do this."
After sharing a link to the quiz, she continued: "On average, one women is killed by a partner every four days. The police receive 100 calls every hour from victims of abuse.
"Shocking but true. We need to start with the basics and educate ourselves and our kids about what is acceptable behaviour. If you Know someone or you are someone in trouble, remember @womensaid have support available for you right NOW, if you are living with #domesticabuse #gethelp #dontfeelashamed."
In her memoir Brutally Honest, Mel claimed her ex husband Stephen Belafonte was abusive and told readers she could only get herself through the day by taking drugs for breakfast.
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