David Beckham becomes an art teacher as he and Victoria homeschool Harper and Cruz – The Sun

DAVID Beckham became an art teacher for the day as he and Victoria homeschooled Harper and Cruz while the family self-isolate amid the coronavirus outbreak.

Doting dad David, 44, oversaw his daughter, eight, as she put paint to paper and created a woman with dark hair and red lips.


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Beside her, brother Cruz, 15, could be seen sketching a figure.

Victoria, 45, shared the art class on her Instagram stories and praised her husband's teaching skills.

After art, Victoria put Harper through her paces with some maths questions on a tablet, while David could be heard calling Romeo, 17, for his dinner in the background.

Over the weekend David shared an adorable video of him reading to Harper as the family continued to self-isolate at their Cotswolds home.

The former footballer was heard reading from the book Peter Pan and Wendy as he encouraged fans to have “special moments" with their children during the ongoing  pandemic.


He wrote: “At times like when our kids feel a little anxious it’s important to have special moments with them.”

David's Instagram story showed the star continuing to read from the book with the captions “Hugs all around” and “Cuddles for days”.

In another clip he appeared to get frustrated at his reading efforts, and apologised to Harper for being a “bad teacher”.

Last week, David encouraged the public to stay at home “for the ones that we love”.

The tattooed hunk shared a snap of himself to his 61.7m followers in a tweed flat cap and red checkered shirt holding a pink sheet of paper with the words "#IStayHomeForVBAndMyKids."

He captioned the post: "Staying at home for the ones that we love. Thank you @kevinbacon for nominating me. I’m staying at home for Victoria and our kids, including Cruzie who’s made his way into this photo. Let’s stop the coronavirus spread together.”

Meanwhile, wife Victoria shared a statement with fans and sent love and support.

It read: “My thoughts have been with all of you – my community and your loved ones. I home everyone is keeping safe and protecting themselves.”


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