Getting kids to pick up after themselves, never mind give you a hand, is sometimes not worth the hassle. But it seems things are very different in the Beckham household.

 

Dad-of-four David Beckham took to Instagram recently to share a super adorable picture of his two youngest children – five-year-old, Harper, and 11-year-old, Cruz –giving him a hand to organise his stuff.

 

However, it wasn’t just any old stuff though; David enlisted the help of his kids to organise his 115 England caps – hats traditionally awarded to footballers for every international appearance.

 

And the kids were clearly impressed with their father’s achievement!

 

 

According to the post, Cruz took a fancy to the retired footballer's "gold cap" – the one his father was awarded after winning his 100th cap in a friendly against France.

 

Harper, on the other hand, preferred the 41-year-old’s blue one with “the silver tassel”.

 

 

A photo posted by David Beckham (@davidbeckham) on

 

David's post come not long after Victoria was slammed for saying her five-year-old daughter has already mastered a very unique talent: running in heels. 

 

Doting mum Victoria made the revelation during an interview recorded for ITV’s This Morning, after her New York Fashion Week show last weekend, but not everyone was impressed with Victoria’s revelation.

 

“Seeing Victoria Beckham on This Morning saying Harper can wear heels better than most adults can just really creeps me out [to be honest],” tweeted one woman.

 

 

SHARE if you'd love your kids to give you hand at least once in a blue moon...! 

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