Victoria Beckham used her daughter’s drawing for this World AIDS Day shirt, and we think it’s gorgeous
The Beckham household is definitely oozing with talent. This time, it’s visual art that’s being showcased! For World AIDS Day, Victoria Beckham used a drawing that her five-year-old daughter, Harper, drew for an incredible t-shirt that’ll hopefully raise some funds and awareness for the important cause.
Taking place on December 1st, World AIDS Day observes the struggle and dedication that those infected with the disease conquer through. We’re sure that Harper is thrilled that she’s helping to make a difference!
According to her Mom, t-shirts will be available on her website for both children and adults. The proceeds will go towards Born Free Africa, which helps prevent the transmission of AIDS from mother to child through birth.
"This year, for the first time (and along with a little help from Harper), I've created an adults T-shirt with a matching mini-version for children too," Beckham said in an interview with Harper's Bazaar.
This isn’t the first time that Beckham wanted the world to check out her daughter’s incredible art. Just by looking at her Instagram account, it’s obvious that she’s genuinely impressed with Harper’s talent.
And of course, her Dad — the one and only David Beckham — is quite proud of Harper’s design as well. About a year ago, her famous World AIDS Day design was actually inked on his palm. (It looks like it probably hurt, but David is a tattoo pro — he has over 40!)
If you’d like to purchase this amazing shirt and support a great cause, it’s currently available in UK sizes on Victoria Beckham’s website.