VICTORIA Beckham has revealed a sassy note daughter Harper scrawled on the window of their £6m Cotswolds mansion telling her she doesn't like her homeschooling.
The fashion designer, 46, took to her Instagram Stories yesterday to share the hilarious message, which saw Harper asking if she could do art instead of homework.
Written in neon pink marker on the window, the eight-year-old's note hilariously read: "I do not like school can I do art instead?"
Victoria and Harper have been isolating with the rest of the family in their palatial country pile in the Cotswold since March.
With chandeliers and an enormous roaring fireplace, the Cotwolds bolt-hole is a step above the self-isolating experience most of us are enduring, with the famous family having plenty of space to roam around in.
An Instagram Story posted in March showed the kitchen, with long tables, gorgeous stone floors and an Aga oven, leading to a vast outdoor eating area to match the one inside.
The garden also features a plunge pool that sits outside their country barn conversion.
Aside from their idyllic country escape, Victoria turned to her four children to help promote her £95 charity T-shirt after facing backlash over its price.
The fashion designer shared snaps of Harper Cruz, 15, Romeo, 17, and Brooklyn, 21, all wearing the top she designed for Pride..
Harper and Cruz opted for selfies, while Romeo posed near the barn of the Beckhams' Cotswolds estate.
Brooklyn, meanwhile, cosied up to his actress girlfriend, Nicola Peltz, for their T-shirt snap in New York, where they're isolating together.
Victoria, 46, compiled the photos into a video and used George Michael's hit, Freedom, as the soundtrack and captioned the clip: "The kids in their Pride tees. Sound on for @georgemofficial! 🔊 kisses vb."
The T-shirt features the message "Listen Without Prejudice" – which is the title of George Michael's 1990 album.
The former Spice Girls singer was criticised for the price of the T-shirt last week.
Victoria had explained: "25% of all sales of this shirt will go to @aktcharity and its work to combat LGBTQ+ youth homelessness in the UK. kisses xx VB #pride2020".
The Beckhams have a lot on their plate at the moment, as they're currently at war with their neighbours over their Cotswolds estate.
The couple have applied to build a gatehouse for two round-the-clock security guards at the entrance.
One opponent, John Walsby, claimed the Beckhams’ latest efforts were “totally out of keeping” with the area.
He said: “Farms and agricultural buildings do not have gatehouses and security huts.”
The Fort Knox-style plans also include an underground getaway tunnel, according to paperwork that has been filed with officials.
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