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25th Jun 2019

Harper Beckham rated as more ‘socially powerful’ than Meghan and Harry

The seven-year-old is a front row regular.

Anna O'Rourke

At just seven years of age, Harper Beckham has the world at her feet.

As the youngest child of David and Victoria Beckham she lives a life more privileged than most of us could ever imagine.

Now she’s been named as one of the UK’s most socially powerful people.

Harper has been ranked fourth in Tatler magazine’s inaugural Social Power Index, which rates individuals based on how influential they are for social occasions.

The society bible places her above her own parents, describing Harper as a “front-row fixture” who “jets between Los Angeles, London and the Cotswolds”.

Prince William and Kate Middleton take the number one spot one the index, with an invitation to their home being described as the “ultimate social trophy”.

Idris Elba and his wife Sabrina Dhowre are ranked in second place.

Others in the the top ten include ex-footballer Jamie Redknapp and Little Mix star Perrie Edwards and footballer boyfriend Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, who Tatler says “embody modern glamour and success”.

BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg, Joseph and Sabine Getty of Getty Images fame and the Marquess and Marchioness of Cholmondeley also appear.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle do not make the top ten but are described as “the king and queen of global glamour”.

Harper’s parents David and Victoria also miss out on a spot in the top ten, as do her older brother Brooklyn, Jack Whitehall, Elton John, Joan Collins and Kate Moss.