Victoria Beckham has been criticised by fans who have accused her of 'sexualising' daughter, Harper, 11.
The backlash comes after the fashion designer, 48, posted a backstage snap of Harper with models Gigi and Bella Hadid at Paris Fashion Week.
Her daughter, who was there for the Victoria Beckham show with dad David Beckham, 47, and older brothers Romeo , 20, and Brooklyn, 23, as well as sister-in-law Nicola Peltz, was seen in a black evening dress with a plunging lace neckline.?
Captioning the photo: "Harper Seven l?oving her time backstage with Gigi Hadid and Bella Hadid," the post was quickly inundated with comments from fans slamming her for Harper's outfit.
"Shame on you for sexualising your 11-year-old daughter in a dress like that," said one.
"I'm really surprised at this girl's age they are already dressing her that way, but that's just my opinion," agreed another.
"So, so young to be influenced and encouraged to wear such revealing clothing," added a third.
?The comments continued on other posts, including one showing Harper and David sitting next to Anna Wintour, with many telling her to 'let her be a kid'.
"Really worrying choice of dress for an 11-year-old girl. Just so inappropriate," one said.
However, others thought Harper looked great and said it was how kids Harper's age now dressed.?
"Oh my life parents in 2022 who have a daughter who is 11 surely knows that every 11- year-old would love to wear that dress! Get a bloody grip!" argued one.
It's not the first time the couple have come under fire for what fans have deemed inappropriate parenting choices.
Many have questioned Beckham's penchant for kissing his kids on the lips. After a particularly savage backlash over a photo showing him kissing Harper, the former Manchester United player defended his actions on Facebook, saying he wanted to be affectionate with his children.
"I got actually criticised for kissing my daughter on the lips the other day. I kiss all my kids on the lips," he said at the time.
"We want to show our kids love and we protect them, look after them, and support them, and we're very affectionate with them."