David Beckham was the doting dad this week as he took his daughter Harper to Cotswold Wildlife Park.
And some adorable images have emerged of the father-daughter duo larking about with the animals at the park in Burford, Oxfordshire.
In images that were shared on Cotswold Wildlife Park’s Twitter, David Beckham and Harper can be seen feeding a range of animals including ring-tailed lemurs.
And alongside the images, Cotswold Wildlife Park said in the tweet: “We had some very special visitors at the Park yesterday.
“As you can see, Harper was a brilliant Junior Keeper and the animals clearly thought so too!
“It was a pleasure to have Harper and David Beckham as our guests.”
The Junior Keeper Experience at Cotswold Wildlife Park is for seven to 11 year olds and gives them ‘the chance to gain practical experience of working with our varied and exciting collection of animals and meet some of the keepers who look after them on a daily basis’ according to their website.
The experience runs from 9am to 1pm and costs £120 per child which includes a gift pack and a certificate.
Little ones will become involved in activities such as mucking out and feeding some of the animals, as well as learning about the assortment of enrichment techniques that are used to ensure our animals are kept well stimulated.
This trip for the Beckhams comes just days after the Cotswold residents were spotted taking a trip to Daylesford Organic Farm in the county.