According to reports, Victoria has registered her daughter, Harper’s name for use in a range of brand Beckham products including make-up, toys and clothing.
Further to this, the Harper Beckham trademark has been registered for use in the entertainment industry, if Harper would like to go down the route of a popstar, like her mother.
Victoria has reportedly also signed up Brooklyn, 18, Romeo, 14, and Cruz, 12 to the UK’s Intellectual Property Office which means all children are now part of Brand Beckham.
In 2000, David registered “David Beckham” as a trademark whilst “Victoria Beckham” was trademarked in 2002.
The application, which is believed to have been filed on 22nd December, says Victoria is the holder of the rights as parent and guardian.
It will mean Victoria is the only person who can legally use ‘Harper Beckham’ on products, which also includes rag dolls and anti-wrinkle cream.
This will prevent anyone else in the entertainment industry calling themselves by the name.
Harper, 5, is named after Harper Lee, the author of Victoria’s favourite book, “To Kill a Mocking Bird” and is the fourth child of former footballer, David Beckham and his wife, Victoria.
Meanwhile, the A-list couple’s sons have already been making a name for themselves. Brooklyn, 18, is managed by his father’s agent Simon Oliveira and has recently been making a name for himself as a photographer with his book due out in May. In 2014, his younger brother Romeo, 14, fronted Burberry’s Christmas campaign, having first started modelling at the tender age of 10 , and the youngest of the three, Cruz, 12 has pursued a music career, already releasing a charity single last Christmas.