After a very busy few months, David Beckham enjoyed some quality time with his family over the weekend.
And luckily for us, he shared lots of photos on Instagram as he hung out with eldest son Brooklyn, 20, and his girlfriend Hana Cross, 21, as well as daughter Harper, seven.
The whole gang headed to the countryside for a spot of quad biking, with family dog Olive even joining the adventure.
In one snap, little Harper can be seen cuddling up to her pooch while wearing a helmet and a Barbour jacket.
With a big grin on her face, the youngest Beckham looks adorable, as David, 43, penned the caption: ‘Smile girls.’
Taking a quick break from driving around a field, Harper then stopped for a snack on the vehicle, as the sun can be seen shining in the background.
On a slightly bigger quad bike, Brooklyn cuddles up to his girlfriend Hana while the pair pose for the camera.
Becks made sure to add some red heart animations on the photo to show how loved-up the couple are.
Footie star David then added another selfie with his son smiling in the background.
In one final post, the dad-of-four – who also shares Romeo, 16, and Cruz, 14, with wife Victoria – films himself on the back of Harper’s quad bike as she expertly takes the wheel.
‘Harper,’ he says, as his daughter turns around and gives the camera a big smile. AW!
This sweet family outing comes after Victoria, 44, candidly opened up about the Beckham brood during an interview last week.
After confessing dyslexia doesn’t just run in the family ‘it gallops’, the fashion designer then went on to admit her three sons were nervous to tell their dad they no longer wanted to play football.
She explained: ‘All three boys used to have contracts with Arsenal, they were going to be footballers so they were signed at a very young age.
‘And they were all really good. Brooklyn was the first to say he didn’t want to play any more.
‘Then Romeo decided he didn’t want to do it either. I remember Romeo sitting in the bath getting really upset saying, “I don’t want to let Daddy down”.’
‘So I told him daddy just wants you to be happy. And now he’s playing tennis. Every day.’