We all know that Harper Beckham is a daddy's girl. But now David Beckham has shown his little princess just how much she means to him – by buying a £600,000 heart-shaped artwork for the two-and-a-half-year-old's bedroom.
And it is, appropriately, called Daddy's Girl. Well, what else?
The 7ft Damien Hirst piece is pink and adorned with butterflies and will hang on the walls of Harper's room in the family's new £31.5 million London mansion.
It was commissioned by them for daughter Harper's first birthday in July 2012.
The purchase came as more details were revealed about David and Victoria's Grade II listed home in an exclusive part of West London.
It has seven bathrooms for its eight bedrooms and more than 9,000 sq ft of floor space, not including a 100ft Oriental garden.
Interior designer Kelly Hoppen is believed to have been drafted in to help with plans to completely revamp the property.
The couple will sleep in a huge master bedroom, there are three guest rooms, and the kitchen will be fitted to restaurant standards.
As well as a large walk-in wardrobe/dressing room, Victoria, 39, will have a personalised manicure and hairdressing room which will have four nail bars, hairdressing chairs and mirrors surrounded with bulbs.
There will be a playroom for the couple's children – Brooklyn, 14, Romeo, 11, and Cruz, eight, and daughter Harper, now two – who will each have their own bedroom.
David, 38, has a personal 'snug' in the roof of the house which will be equipped with a bar and a pool table.
The couple have a range of business ventures that have allowed them to buy their new home without the need for a loan.
His company, Footwork Productions, showed a profit for 2012 of £14.7million, up from £13.4million. Beckham Ventures, which handles Victoria's fashion business, posted a profit of £2million.