David Beckham shared photo of his family in beekeeping suit on his Facebook page and also a video of her daughter, Harper, dancing in beekeeping suit on his Instagram page as they tend to his homemade hive.
Beckham shared a video of eight-year-old daughter [Harper] dancing in a beekeeping suit as they tended to his homemade hive.
Harper’s brothers, 17-year-old Romeo and 15-year-old Cruz also joined the father-daughter duo in a photo.
Taking to his Instagram page, 45-year-old David shared the sweet clip of his little girl having a boogie.
Dressed in the full protective gear, including gloves and a mask over her face, Harper looks excited to get down to business.
The video starts with the schoolgirl busting some moves, David comments: “Dancing?” before laughing as Harper flashes a peace sign.
He [David] added a photo of himself with Harper, Romeo, and Cruz all dressed in their beekeeping kits and smiling at the camera.
One of their family dogs is also in shot, jumping up to be petted by Romeo.
The former Manchester United player could not resist making a cheesy ‘dad joke’ in the post’s caption, writing: “I told the kids Bee careful 🐝 🤔 … Apparently dad jokes don’t go down so well 🙄”
On his beekeeping journey, he also shared a snap of the wooden hive he put together earlier this month, surrounded by buzzing bees.
Last week, David shared a video of himself making a hive. David’s wife Victoria, filmed her husband as he put together the hive in the back garden of their Cotswolds mansion.
The fashion designer [Victoria] videoed David hammering nails into a wooden frame, with instructions for the build place out in front of him.
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Narrating in the clip, she [Victoria] explained: “And David decided to start building … beehives.”
Victoria asked: “Is that your new project darling?” to which, David replied: “It is” while fixing his new contraption together.
He said with a smile at the end of the clip: “We will be very happy when we’ve got our own honey”.
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