She hasn't even turned one yet but already Harper Seven is having offers sent her way. The daughter of David and Victoria Beckham received her first job offer last week by My1stYears.com, who asked the nine-month old to become the face of their personalised baby gift company.
'Both your parents are fashion icons, and we can see no reason why you shouldn't start your own career in the fashion industry even at your young age," wrote My1stYears.com's Emily Sandford. 'From what we have seen of you since your first public appearance less than a year ago, we know you have implacable style and taste. You were therefore the immediate first choice for our campaign.' The letter continues: 'Due to child labour laws we cannot negotiate a contract or salary directly with you, that is why your Mummy and Daddy have been copied in on this letter. We are happy to speak with them about your fee; however, we are prepared to pay you a significant amount to be the face of our new range.'
Am I surprised, well no, I'd prefer to see her front a Bon Point or baby Chloe campaign. Who doesn't love Bon Point?
I think I can safely say that I was just about the only person that didn't go crazy for Victoria Beckham's March cover of Numéro Tokyo cover but this cover of i-D's 'Whatever The Weather Issue' is by far my favourite cover story from the designer.
In the Josh Olins shot story, Beckham shows off her post-baby body in Rochas and Balmain and in the accompanying editorial she discusses everything from drawing on her own insecurities when creating those much-loved corseted dresses to the content of Harper's wardrobe.
Will you buy the issue when it hits newsstands on Thursday?
We all know that the Beckhams can sell products - Giorgio Armani experienced a $24.6 million gross profit rise when David and Victoria Beckham fronted their underwear line - so it's no surprise that baby Harper Seven is already mastered the skill too.
According to reports, sales of Harper Lee's 'To Kill A Mockingbird' have risen by 123% on Amazon alone since the couple revealed their daughter's name last week. After David explained that the baby girl was named after the famous author - Victoria's favourite author - the book climbed to number 38 in the bestsellers charts.