Harper becomes ballerina in tutu while jetting out of Hong Kong with Posh

   Apr 27, 5:36 pm

London, Apr 27 (ANI): Harper Seven, whom Victoria Beckham often dresses up in grownup-looking designer baby gear, Seven got to play a little ballerina when her famous mother dressed her in a tutu on Thursday.

The stylish mother-daughter duo were pictured jetting out of Hong Kong after the fashion designer's business trip in China, the Daily Mail reported.

The tot perched happily on her mother's hip at the airport, looking like a typical little girl in the pale pink dress, which featured silver spots on the skirt.

She also donned a silver headband with a small bow on it and yellow sandals, no doubt to keep cool in the Asia heat.

The 38-year-old dressed casually for the flight in a black vest and blue flared jeans.

She added her trademark massive sunglasses to the ensemble.

The mother and daughter had a large entourage including security guards, and a woman pushing Harper's pram, possibly a nanny.

Her celebrity hairdresser Ken Paves also joined the group. (ANI)

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