Victoria Beckham Celebrates World AIDS Day, With A Little Help From Harper

The 5 year-old's doodle appears on the charity tee

Harper Beckham is already dabbling in design - and from today you can bag a piece of it for a good cause. In support of World AIDS Day 2016 and Born Free Africa, Victoria Beckham has created a limited edition T-shirt featuring a doodle by 5 year-old.

But it's not the first time her drawings have been seen by a world audience - the same stick figure and heart doodle appears on her father David's hand as a tattoo.

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Apparently Harper is allowed to scribble on daddy ❤️

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'I have recently returned from Kenya, where, in my role as a UNAIDS Goodwill Ambassador, I helped promote the START FREE, STAY FREE = AIDS FREE initiative. This is a global plan that aims to support the initial PMTCT process, and then progresses the education through to adolescents, talking directly to young men and women and encouraging them to continue on their path for an AIDS FREE FUTURE,' says the designer.

'We need to keep HIV & AIDS on the agenda,
to lobby governments and health authorities and continue to raise awareness. If we do, then we have a real opportunity to eradicate HIV & AIDS for future generations.'

The Victoria Beckham adult T-shirt, £90, and kids T-shirt, £45, are available from today at the 36 Dover Street store, as well as online at victoriabeckham.com.

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