David Beckham has heard enough, you can bash his footballer skills but when it comes to raising his kids you just need to stay out of it.
Being a father of four amazing kids Beckahm has gone to the social media giant Instagram after hearing a story from the Daily Mail that ran earlier that day. They were questioning why his 4-year old Harper was still sucking on a pacifier.
The headlines read, “Why does Harper, four, still use a dummy? Experts warn David and Victoria Beckham’s little girl may end up with ‘speech or dental issues’ if she continues to use one,” the paper somehow thought that they had some sort of say in raising his kids.
Since Beckham has an Instagram account with 10 million followers in which he uses to post selfies and precious family moments, uploaded a clip from the story and had some things in regards to their claims.
Why do people feel they have the right to criticize a parent about their own children without having any facts ?? Everybody who has children knows that when they aren’t feeling well or have a fever you do what comforts them best and most of the time it’s a pacifier so those who criticize think twice about what you say about other people’s children because actually you have no right to criticize me as a parent …
Of course the post recieved a lot of support from his followers.
“Well done David. your family your space. Who the hell are they to judge?? They think they are selling news to us but we do not appreciate such news,” Instagram user lkaurable wrote. Another user, Kassajjones, said: “You are wonderful parents. To bring a beautiful family up in a world where if they sneeze it makes front page news must be so hard. You’re doing a great job and should be so very proud.”
What do you think about this whole story? Do you think that the Daily Mail has a right to comment on how Beckham raises his kids? Sound off in the comments below.