The arrival of a new baby, with family congregating to take turns holding and cooing, can sometimes make older siblings feel a bit left out. But not the Beckham boys.
Since the arrival of their little sister Harper Seven, big brothers Brooklyn, 12, Romeo, eight, and Cruz Beckham, six, have been getting lots of attention from their parents' wider family.
This time it was the turn of Aunty Joanne, David Beckham's younger sister, to take them to see their dad play football, as his team LA Galaxy took on Colombus Crew.
Joanne, 29, joined her mother Sandra and Victoria's father Tony Adams in the private box at the Home Depot Centre.
She treated her nephews to some candy floss and laughed and joked with them as they cheered the home team to a late 1-0 win.
We have to take our hats off to Victoria and David, who may be wealthy but still know the importance of family. The couple invited all their family for the arrival of their long-awaited baby daughter, who was delivered by C-section on July 11.
They have rented a vast Malibu mansion for Joanne, Sandra, Tony and Victoria's mother Jackie and sister Louise and Louise's husband Darren and family.
David, 36, and Victoria, 37, are apparently splashing out £93,000 a month to rent Steven Spielberg's Californian beachside home in Malibu for the summer.