Victoria Beckham, who gave birth to her fourth child in Los Angeles on Sunday (July 10), is determined not to have more kids. Her husband David Beckham also understands his wife's decision, as pregnancy gave her lots of back pain and bunions. The mother of three sons now feels that the family is complete with the arrival of a daughter.
“We've had four kids - no more!" The Sun quoted Victoria Beckham as telling David. “Victoria is determined not to have to go through that again," said a friend of the family.
It is said that the Beckhams have named their daughter Harper Seven after a Disney character named Harper Finkle, whom their three sons adore. “The boys love Wizards Of Waverly Place - and have been very vocal in helping to name their new sister. David and Victoria think it is a lovely name. The whole family is pleased with the choice - the boys are very happy," said a friend of the Beckhams.
But what does 'Seven' stand for? Well, it's David's number when he played for Manchester United and England. “Seven is something they had talked about. They were still not certain when the baby was born but it all seemed to fall into place. She was born in the seventh month in the hour of seven and weighed seven pounds. It just seemed right. David is keen on the meanings and power of numbers. We all hope it will bring her luck," The Sun quoted a pal of the couple as saying.