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Victoria Beckham's Daughter Finds Out She Was a Spice Girl in the Most Adorable Way

As parents, it can be hard for our kids to see us as anything else but mom and dad. Regardless of the life we had before they came into it, we take on a new perspective of trying to be role models and set a good example for our little ones.

As one-fifth of the world's most successful girl-bands, Victoria Beckham is no different.

Victoria shared the adorable moment when her six-year-old daughter discovered a miniature version of her, while playing with some Spice Girls dolls for the first time on the weekend.

The little girl is pictured staring at her mother's former alter-ego Posh Spice, captured in plastic in the popular 90's merchandise.

Continue to the next page to see her reaction.

Young Harper, who is the 4th child Victoria has with husband David Beckham, appears to be stunned by the miniature version of her mom, who is now more famous for her fashion empire.

"When you find out mummy was a pop star!! Xxx", the mother of 4 captioned her Instagram story.

The dolls also show Geri Halliwell in her famous Union Jack dress, Mel B clad in leopard print, Mel C in her gym-ready outfit and Emma Bunton dressed in a cute pink dress with pigtails.

The follow-up image to the story, which was posted only for a 24-hour period, hinted that it was the first time Harper had discovered her mother was in the band.

Harper is the only girl, and has 3 older brothers, so it's no wonder why these dolls weren't catching anyone's attention in the Beckham household until now.

While it has been a while since Victoria's Spice Girl days, it was surely fun for her mom to teach her only daughter about the pop group.

The world-famous group got their start in 1994  and debuted their single, Wannabe, in 1996. After selling 85 million records worldwide, Geri announced her decision to leave the group in 1998. 2 years later the band went on hiatus, since reuniting for a 2007 concert tour and performed together at the 2012 London Olympics.

Source: Hello Magazine / Daily Mail