David Beckham was delighted to take his daughter Harper with him to cheer on the women's England squad ahead of their quarter-final clash.
Proud David and Harper seized the chance to meet the Lionesses before they take on Norway in Le Havre.
Former England captain David looked to be enjoying the occasion as he shared a string of family snaps on Instagram .
David also brought his mum Sandra along, as they posed up outside Stade Oceane.
The lucky family got to meet manager Phil Neville and striker Nikita Parris before taking their seats inside.
Former England captain David told his followers: "So lucky to get to see the girls before tonight's big game… As a player I know exactly what it means to play in these competitions and to have the support from home which means so much.
"I just want to say how very proud we all are of every single player, they are doing amazingly well and the whole country is behind them !!! As you can see Harper was so excited to meet the team & is so excited for the game….
"Come On England," he cheered.
David previously told how he was heartbroken that his three sons Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz had given up on football.
He said he was hoping his daughter Harper would follow in his footsteps instead.
During an appearance on the Graham Norton Show he said: "Harper is playing every Sunday and loves it. The boys don’t play and it’s heartbreaking.
"They have a talent but it’s down to Harper now. I get very enthusiastic when watching her."
And while she couldn't be there on Thursday night, mum Victoria showed her support for England by sharing the picture of Harper and Nikita.
Victoria wrote: "Harper so excited to watch the Lionesses tonight and very excited meeting the team and Nikita Parris with daddy. Best of luck to the girls xxx VB"
England are the favourites to beat Norway having secured a 3-0 win over Cameroon in the last round.
The winner of the tie will play either France or the USA in the semi-final.
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