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David Beckham surprises wife Victoria with huge bouquet of flowers after she shared intimate pic of them in bed together

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DAVID Beckham surprised his wife Victoria with a huge bouquet of flowers after she shared a rare loved-up selfie of them in bed together.

The 46-year-old fashion designer shared the stunning yellow blooms with her fans.

Victoria Beckham was surprised by a stunning bouquet of flowers

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Victoria Beckham was surprised by a stunning bouquet of flowers

The former Spice Girl wrote alongside the Instagram Story: “Kisses @davidbeckham.”

The mum-of-four’s latest post comes after she shared a rare bed selfie with David.

In the intimate snap, David, 45, appears to be asleep as he lays with his eyes closed wearing a comfortable zip-up hoodie.

Victoria is nestled comfortably on her hunky husband’s chest, also dressed down in a red jumper with her brunette locks tied into a topknot.

Victoria shared a sweet snap of her lying on David's chest

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Victoria shared a sweet snap of her lying on David’s chestCredit: Instagram

She was wearing minimal make-up for the sweet snap, which was a departure for Posh and Becks who rarely post PDAs to their followers.

The pop star then followed up with a video of the candle nine-year-old Harper had put together for them.

The clip only has the handcrafted pressie in view, but Harper’s voice can be heard as she explains what she has created.

Showing it off, Harper says: “Here is something I made for mummy and daddy.

David and Victoria received a handcrafted pressie from daughter Harper

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David and Victoria received a handcrafted pressie from daughter HarperCredit: Instagram

“It says ‘I love you’, and has a sunflower.”

Showing the bottom of the candle, the schoolgirl points out the personalised engraving that reads: “To mummy and daddy”.

Victoria is clearly overwhelmed by the sentimental gift, telling her daughter: “I love that.

“So you made the clay and made it into a little candle?

The loved-up couple often gives fans a sweet insight into their family life

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The loved-up couple often gives fans a sweet insight into their family lifeCredit: Refer to Caption

“I love it so much, that is so special!”

Harper is Victoria and David’s youngest child, with the pair also mum and dad to 21-year-old Brooklyn, 18-year-old Romeo, and 15-year-old Cruz.

The famous parents regularly give fans a sweet insight into their family life, previously showing off the sweet note Harper had left them after making breakfast in bed.

Victoria Beckham shares sweet candle daughter Harper made for her and David
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