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Victoria and Harper Beckham blew loving birthday kisses to husband and dad David as he celebrated turning 42 years old. The fashion designer shared a sweet photo of herself bending down next to five-year-old Harper as the pair blew air kisses in the hallway of their home in Holland Park on Instagram.

Victoria added the caption: “Happy birthday daddy! From your two favourite girls!! We love u so,so much x X kisses from mummy and Harper x”

She also posted a picture of the birthday boy with a chocolate cake.

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Romeo Beckham was next to pay tribute to the “coolest dad ever” by posting a heartwarming snap of himself hugging a shirtless David surrounded by gold and white balloons.

The former footballer’s back tattoo dedicated to 14-year-old Romeo was also on display, and Romeo added the caption: “Happy birthday to the best and coolest dad ever I hope you have the best day possible!! Love u lots”

Eldest Beckham offspring Brooklyn, 18, added a black and white shot of an animated-looking Beckham on social media, which he captioned: “Happy birthday xx love you so much.”

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And last, but by no means least, 12-year-old Cruz Beckham shared a picture of himself touching heads with Becks on his Instagram page, accompanied with the adoring message: “Dear Dad Happy birthday.I hope u have an amazing day!! U r the best dad in the world.”

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Beckham is set to make his acting debut in Guy Ritchie‘s upcoming action adventure King Arthur: Legend of the Sword alongside Charlie Hunnam, Jude Law and Annabelle Wallis this month.

Hunnam recently admitted he developed a “bit of a crush” on the hard-working dad-of-four while shooting the the film, telling Mr Porter: “It became very clear why and how Beckham’s become the phenomenon that he has. Because he showed up determined to do a good job.

“He’d worked with a dialect coach, and maybe an acting coach. I sort of anticipated, well, he’s a superstar. This is not his primary or even his secondary focus; this is just a bit of a giggle for him. But that work ethic just shone through.

“And that, combined with him just being humble and kind and accessible, was very endearing. I’m not a football man, so upfront, I didn’t really have a strong feeling one or way or another. But by the time he left, I had a little bit of a crush on him. He was pretty fucking cool.”

From: Harper’s BAZAAR UK