Victoria Beckham - Victoria Beckham Wants Daughter To Be Like Duchess Catherine
Victoria Beckham wants her baby daughter Harper Seven to grow up to be a ''perfect English rose'' just like Duchess Catherine.
Victoria Beckham wants her baby daughter to grow up to be just like Duchess Catherine.
The fashion designer - who gave birth to Harper Seven, her first daughter with husband David Beckham, in Los Angeles on Sunday (10.07.11) - is reportedly considering a permanent move back to the UK so the tot can attend a posh school and become a "perfect English rose".
A friend of the former Spice Girl said: "Everyone has fallen in love with Kate Middleton. She's gorgeous, stylish, speaks well and has perfect manners, all the qualities that Victoria will wish for Harper.
"Victoria will want her daughter to grow up to become a perfect English rose, with a gorgeous posh accent and definitely not like some spoilt Hollywood brat.
"Victoria is a massive fan of Kate Middleton and now, finally, baby Harper is going to be her very own little princess."
The 37-year-old star - who also has three sons, Brooklyn, 12, Romeo, eight, and six-year-old Cruz, with David - has now cleared her diary for the next two months to devote her time to Harper.
The source added to the Daily Star newspaper: "Victoria has always dreamed of having a daughter. Now her dream has come true. Like any proud mum she's planning ahead and being Victoria she will want the very, very best for her daughter.
"Victoria has cleared her diary for the next two months. She wants to spend the summer at home relaxing and being a proper hands-on mum."
Meanwhile, the Beckhams - who attended the royal wedding on April 29 - have invited Prince William and Duchess Catherine to come and meet the tot next time they are in the UK.
A friend explained: "David and Victoria are so proud of their little daughter. As soon as they are next in Hertfordshire at Beckingham Palace they want the duke and duchess to come and see Harper.
"It'll be a special moment for David and Victoria."
David and William struck up a close friendship after they worked together on England's failed bid for the 2018 soccer World Cup.