Harper Beckham looked like she was being royally spoiled on Thursday after visiting American Girl Place with her mother Victoria and brother Romeo.
The fashion designer had taken her only daughter and middle son to the famous doll department store at The Grove in Los Angeles.
After two hours at the shop, Victoria, 40, carried Harper, three, out while their security delivered four large bags of products to their car.
The LA store also offers to dine in their cafe, pose with your doll in their photo studio as well as give their plastic friend a new hairdo in the Doll Salon.
Romeo, 12 – wearing a white T-shirt, black jeans and grey high-tops – must have found the shopping trip rather tiresome.
Mother-of-four Victoria, was recently named Evening Standard’s ninth most influential person in London following the opening of her flagship fashion store on London’s Dover Street in affluent Mayfair.
Her store has already proved to be a huge success in the capital, attracting a significant footfall and even celebrity fans.
As far as a fashion following go, she and her husband have shared some of the most influential trends including everything from haircuts to outfit choices.
The wife of footballer David Beckham has also joined the likes of Angelina Jolie, Emma Watson and Leonardo DiCaprio to be named the new UN International Goodwill Ambassador.
Victoria was unable to attend the launch of her shop as she was busy addressing the United Nations in New York, where she made an impassioned plea to safeguard women’s health and stop babies dying of Aids.
With her charity work and influential speeches, Victoria even beat Malala Yousafzai to the coveted ten highest spots – a youth worker who just accepted the Nobel Peace Prize.