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David Beckham builds a castle for his daughter using LEGO bricks

/ 12:30 PM August 16, 2017

Image: Instagram/@davidbeckham

After days of building, footballer David Beckham surprised netizens when he unveiled a LEGO castle especially made for his daughter Harper.

Looking somewhat tired yet triumphant, the topless Beckham wrote on the caption, “1am done… Someone’s gonna have a nice surprise in the morning.”

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Modeled after the Disney castle, this elaborate set is composed of at least 4,000 pieces and can cost as much as £299.99 (almost P20,000).

Image: Instagram/@davidbeckham

Beckham began his project shortly after sharing a photo of himself mulling over the instructions while sitting on a sun-lounger. “Page 1 of the Disney castle, 4000 pieces 490 pages of instructions I look confused but I’m so excited,” he wrote on the caption.

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Image: Instagram/@davidbeckham

After this initial post, his account went quiet for almost a week, presumably while he’s busy building his daughter’s castle. Followers were impressed at his achievement, and posted congratulatory as well as “best dad” messages.

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Little Harper turned 6 last July. She is the only girl among Beckham’s four children. Now, the princess has a castle. JB

Image: Instagram/@davidbeckham

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