David Beckham kisses daughter Harper on lips AGAIN despite Piers Morgan blasting it creepy

LONDON, ENGLAND – FEBRUARY 17: David Beckham and Harper Beckham attend the Victoria Beckham show during London Fashion Week February 2019 at Tate Britain on February 17, 2019 in London, England. (Photo by David M. Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images)

David Beckham has been pictured kissing his daughter Harper on lips the again despite being branded “creepy” by Piers Morgan.

David Beckham and Harper Beckham

The Beckhams are currently in Seville, and Becks was seen spending some quality time with his seven-year-old daughter Harper and his sons on Fathers Day.

The family – including Davids wife Victoria – headed to a restaurant for dinner, and Becks was pictured kissing his little girl on the lips.

Its not the first time David has done this, and hes previously come under fire for it.

One of his most vocal critics is Piers, who blasted it as “weird” and “creepy”, when David posted a sweet video on Instagram of him and Harper kissing.

During an appearance on Good Morning Britain, he said, “Why would a father kiss his daughter on the lips? Dont get it. Creepy. Weird. Creepy.

David Beckham and Harper Beckham

“No one does that. You post that to the world, but why?”

Susanna Reid defended David, saying, “Well, the interesting thing is, he came in for a lot of criticism when he posted a video like that a couple of years ago.

“Hes obviously just doubled down and thought: Well you know what thats what I do.'”

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But Piers – who has three sons and a daughter – simply continued muttering, “Weird, weird, weird.”

Beckham previously hit headlines when he got trolled for kissing Harper on the lips during a day out ice-skating in London.

The former England star went onto defend his behaviour, insisting he shows love to all his kids – and insisted its normal.

He said, “I got actually criticised for kissing my daughter on the lips thRead More – Source

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