David Beckham hugs daughter Harper in sweet moment during family lunch at Miami restaurant

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David Beckham and his family have been seen enjoying enjoying a lavish lunch in the sunshine at a seaside restaurant in Miami.

The former England star, his wife Victoria and their children Cruz, 15, Romeo, 18, and Harper are believed to have flown to the country so David could do business.

In a heartwarming moment during the family lunch, David hugged Harper, nine, at the packed Setai Hotel.

Harper wore a stylish checkered orange and white dress for the family outing which she paired with a face mask amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

David, 45, and Victoria, 46, were like peas in a pod as they both donned white T-shirts.

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Victoria finished her look with sunglasses and a chic blue bag.

It is believed the Beckham's flew to the US by private jet and spent the New Year at the £30million family home of Brooklyn's fiancée Nicola Peltz.

The family, who each wore facemasks during the outing to the restaurant in Miami, spent Christmas at their swanky mansion in the Cotswolds, Mirror Online reports.

David initially flew his family out to Florida as he helped his football team Inter Miami recruit new players, it is claimed.

When the family jetted to the US, the Cotswolds was in Tier 2.

A source told The Sun: "David and Victoria had been planning this trip for months. David needed to be in Miami in January on Inter Miami duty because it's the start of the MLS pre-season, and he is helping recruit new players.

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"He also hadn’t been able to get there since last March due to restrictions so it was an important trip. After spending Christmas morning at their Cotwsolds home – which was Tier Two at the time – they all took Covid Tests before safely flying from a local airport via private jet to Florida.

"Once in the US, Brooklyn was reunited with Nicola, and the two families spent some lovely quality time together. Unfortunately, and in a scenario beyond their control, since being Stateside, lockdown came into effect."

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