'It amazes me every time I change her nappy': David Beckham is still in awe of Harper... as he reveals he wants 'one or two' more babies


By Emily Sheridan

David and Victoria Beckham's daughter Harper Seven reaches her first birthday next month.

But despite her being in their lives for nearly a year, the Los Angeles Galaxy player admits he is still in awe they have a girl.

The former England star, 37, admits he still find himself amazed about finally having a girl after three sons, in particular when he changes her nappy.

You can take the boy out of the East End... David Beckham leaves The Cow gastropub in West London last night

Speaking on This Morning today, he said: 'She's relaxed, she's feminine - that was the biggest thing for me, it sounds silly but, everything about her is feminine, so having a little girl...

It still amazes me every time I change the nappy - I'm like, "Oh my God, we've got a little girl!"... it still amazes me.'

David said Harper is incredibly calm compared to their three sons Brooklyn, 13; Romeo, nine; and Cruz, seven; but maybe that will change once she gets bit older is able to run around and shout.

He continued: 'A lot of people have told me - I've got friends that have got daughters and they said how different it is having a little girl - and I didn't realise how much it was until we had Harper.

'To have three boys... there's a lot of energy in the house, they are constantly on the go from the moment they wake up to the moment they sleep, and Harper is totally different.'

Although they've got their hands full with four children, David said he couldn't rule out having one or two more.

Although, if Victoria became pregnant again, she would have to be careful after all four children were delivered by caesarean section.

'Maybe one or two more': David refused to rule out having more children as he appeared on This Morning today

He said: 'You know, we're very lucky to have four healthy children, if we have one or two more... two might scare Victoria, but maybe one more! But we'll see... you never know.'

The athlete was speaking during a live outside broadcast from a primary school in South Harrow, North West London.

Beckham was playing football with a group of children as part of his role in Sainsbury's Billion Kids challenge.

Friendly dinner: David dined out with Stella McCartney and her husband Alasdhair Willis (left) and his best friend Dave Gardner (right)

The project aims to encourage 1million children from across the country to try out a paralympic sport in the run-up to the Olympics next month.

Beckham's morning TV appearance came after he was spotted out for dinner last night with best friend Dave Gardner, fashion designer Stella McCarntey and her husband Alasdhair Willis at The Cow gastropub in Bayswater, West London.

Wearing a flat cap and shirt, the father-of-four spent five hours in the pub drinking and eating oysters.

Doing his bit: David visited a primary school in Harrow today for the Sainsbury's Million Kids challenge