July 11, 2011 by Post Team
Victoria Beckham, Saw the birth by Caesarean section at Cedars-Sinai in Los Angeles. In a statement posted on his Facebook page, the former England football captain Beckham said: “I am very proud and excited to announce the birth of our daughter Harper Seven Beckham.
“He weighed 7 lbs 10 oz healthy and reached 7.55 this morning here in Los Angeles. Victoria is doing very well and her brothers are delighted to have a little sister xx
Friends of the couple rushed to send their congratulations.
An excited Mel B, who is expecting her third child later this year, expressed her excitement on Twitter, writing: “Congratulations Yipeee another baby born spices, damn wish I was this morning because I feel like I am! About explode! ”
Another former Spice Girl Emma Bunton also Twitter: “big kiss @ victoriabeckham can not wait to meet her beautiful little girl!”
The Beckhams, who married in 1999 and has three sons – Brooklyn, 11, Romeo, eight, and Cruz, five years.
Mrs. Beckham, the former Spice Girl, has spoken of her desire to have a daughter.
After the birth of a spokesman said: “Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz is pleased to welcome her newborn sister’s family.”
The couple was aware that the baby was going to be a girl. In March, Beckham told People magazine: “Obviously, having three children, another kind of expect that, so finding a girl is that surprising, but obviously we’re on the moon.”
Last week, the player took a photograph of his heavily pregnant wife in a bikini when she was not looking, and posted it on Facebook.
He had previously told Women’s Wear Daily that he did not like being photographed during pregnancy, said last month: “. I do not think anyone needs to, apart from my husband after he sees no”
David Beckham met with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge when he arrived in Los Angeles on Friday night. On Saturday, scored the winning goal in a game for his team LA Galaxy.
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