David Beckham Commissioned a Damien Hirst Piece for His Two-Year-Old Daughter

David Beckham Commissioned a Damien Hirst Piece for His Two-Year-Old DaughterImage via Daily Mail/ Damien Hirst

You can't put a price on the love you have for your children, but David Beckham can. The soccer icon commissioned Damien Hirst to paint a piece for his daughter Harper Beckham's room. Entitled Daddy's Girl, the large pink heart (similar to the one above) features Hirst's butterflies suspended throughout and has an estimated value of £600,000 ($985,260).

According to IB Times, the work was commissioned around the time of little Harper's birth and was completed in September. They posted photos of the seven-foot tall artwork being moved into the Beckham's home, a process that required three men. Harper won't be able to appreciate the work for quite some time, but the gesture is still very sweet. All you dads out there need to step your game up.

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[via DailyMail

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