Ladies who lunch: Victoria Beckham and daughter Harper enjoy some girl time at a five-star hotel

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By Georgina Littlejohn

When the boys are away, the girls will play - just ask Victoria Beckham and her daughter Harper.

With husband David and her three sons back in sunny Los Angeles, the fashion designer decided to stay in her native UK for work.

But she also wanted to spend some quality time with her six-month-old baby girl.

Girls' day out: Victoria Beckham and her daughter Harper leave London's Savoy Hotel this afternoon

The two were seen leaving luxury hotel The Savoy in central London today, possibly after attending a meeting or just having enjoyed a spot of lunch in one of its restaurants.

Whatever the reason for their visit, it was no doubt nice for the two girls to spend some time together without Harper's boisterous brothers around, as much as she loves them.

Victoria, 37, sporting her trademark big black sunglasses, followed one of the men from her security team outside as they waited for the car to arrive.

Who's that big burly man, Mummy? Harper looks at Victoria's security guard as they wait for their car to take therm home

She kept it chic in simple in black and was seen waving at someone as she left.

Harper, who was born in July last year, looked gorgeously cute as usual in a patterned black and white dress, black cardigan and a simple black hairband to hold her baby locks in place.

The girls stayed in the UK when David, 36, and the boys - Brooklyn, 12, Romeo, nine, and six-year-old Cruz - jetted back to Los Angeles on Monday.

We're over here! With her trademark glasses firmly in place, Victoria waves to someone, possibly a familiar face or the driver of her car

But while she loved her motherland, this week, Victoria expressed her delight that the family would be staying in Los Angeles after David's expected move to Paris St Germain collapsed.

Speaking to Star magazine, a friend close to the former Spice Girl said: 'Victoria did not want to leave America and begged David to reconsider. Her children are happy there and so long as David still gets to play football, he's decided that he is happy to stay put too.

'Victoria wants her family together, and though David has always been keen on the idea of playing for another top-flight European club before he retires from the game, his family comes first - no question.'

The boys are back in town: David jetted in Los Angeles earlier this week with sons Romeo, Cruz and Brooklyn, who carried a guitar