Harper Beckham lands first modelling offer

   Apr 27, 2:32 pm

Washington, Apr 27 (ANI): Harper Beckham has been offered her first job - as the face of a personalised baby gift company.

My1stYears.com has written a letter addressed directly to the nine-month-old daughter of fashion designer Victoria and footballer David, inviting her to become an ambassador for the brand, Contactmusic reported.

According to Britain's OK! magazine, the letter addressed directly to the trendy tot read: "Both your parents are fashion icons, and we can see no reason why you shouldn't start your own career in the fashion industry even at your young age."

"Due to child labour laws we cannot negotiate a contract or salary directly with you, that is why your Mummy and Daddy have been copied in on this letter. We are happy to speak with them about your fee; however, we are prepared to pay you a significant amount to be the face of our new range," the letter read.

Both her parents had started their journey to success at a young age, with David becoming a star player at Manchester United aged just 17, while Victoria decided to pursue a music career after watching musical 'Fame' at the tender age of seven. (ANI)

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