Victoria and David Beckham’s son, Romeo Beckham, delighted fans when he introduced a new member of his family – his beautiful ‘new baby’
Romeo Beckham ignited fans on Friday when he introduced them to a new member of his family whom he affectionately called “baby”.
Victoria i David Beckham ‘His son received a cute puppy in his arms and shared his cutest photo on Instagram. As he posed with his back to the camera, Romeo’s new dog could be seen wonderfully sticking his head over his shoulder and looking directly at the camera.
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With one small paw raised in the air, she almost looked like she was waving goodbye as she nestled into Romeo’s neck.
Already in love with his new pet, Romeo signed a photo that melts the heart: “A new member of the family [heart emoji] meet my new baby :). ”
He also shared several photos of the dog on his Instagram Stories, revealing his name is Simba Beckham.
Romeo has a cute new dog
Although Romeo did not specify whether Simba was his dog or another pet, Victoria could not resist sharing a photo of Simba placed next to a soft Louis Vuitton ball, which she wrote: “It looks sweet and tastes good!”
Romeo’s fans seemed to have no words as many could only comment with emojis in love and a red heart.
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Some of his followers managed to gather one word, describing Romeo’s dog as “wonderful” and “sweet”.
Victoria shared on Instagram a cute photo of Harper holding a furry animal in her arms and she couldn’t look happier, smiling from ear to ear.
How wonderful is Simba?
Their bunny, which is a Dutch thief, is a beautiful color, with brown and white fur. Satisfied mom had a cute caption for her post because she simply wrote, “Harper Seven picked up her bunny today!”
She also shared a video of their new pet jumping on the grass as the wind blows through his fur. After writing the video, she added: “Happy weekend !!! New Harper Seven bunny !!”
The family also owns three beautiful cocker spaniels, an olive, a sage and a fig.
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