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Ravenswood: Harper Beckham look-alike wins praise from David and Victoria

14:00 31 January 2013

Freya Clutten who has been signed up to be a celebrity lookalike for Harper Beckham

Pictured with mother Lisa

Freya Clutten who has been signed up to be a celebrity lookalike for Harper Beckham Pictured with mother Lisa

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THE family of an adorable tot who has been signed up as a celebrity look-alike have told of their joy after being told they had won the approval of the Beckhams.

Two-year-old Freya Clutten, of Demoiselle Crescent, Ravenswood, shot to the limelight after appearing in The Star earlier this month when an agency signed her up as a Harper Beckham look-a-like.

Her proud mum Lisa, 46, who owns fashion store Lady Prentice in Felixstowe Road, told of her delight at discovering Victoria and David Beckham had given the tot their seal of approval.

“We have been told by another news agency that they (the Beckhams) were happy with it and that they approve,” she said.

“And that is really nice to hear. We are so pleased with the response we have got to Freya being signed up as Harper’s look-alike.

“We have been really busy and she recently did a photoshoot with all the other Beckham look-alikes.

“It is still really important for Freya to be herself but we are really proud of her.

“After My 1st Years signed her up as a Harper look-alike, they also made her the face of My 1st Years.”

Members of the public will be able to book the youngster for public appearances as she takes on the persona of little Harper.

But it isn’t the first time Freya has been in the spotlight, having previously won the titles of Baby Beautiful and Most Adorable at two beauty pageants.

Mrs Clutten decided to put her daughter forward as a celebrity double after other parents at Freya’s nursery spotted the likeness between the two tots.

10 comments

  • Two years old and bookable for public appearances - poor kid!

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    Nigel Noakes

    Thursday, January 31, 2013

  • This papers censorship values are amazing to me - I can't get half of my pertinent comments published - seemingly if they criticise the political stance of the editor - yet to me, opinion man's comment above amounts to libel.

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    Sarky Sage

    Saturday, February 2, 2013

  • REEEEALYY! Oh my - I'm SO glad I know this now. I can die fulfilled.

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    Sarky Sage

    Thursday, January 31, 2013

  • What an awful mother

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    Angry Commuter

    Thursday, January 31, 2013

  • There is nothing worse than vacuous celebrity tittle tattle passing itself of as news. This woman and her family obviously revel in it, but is there any need to involve children? Kids cannot make many of their own decisions that is why they look to their parents carers. I pity this poor child growing up in a household where this is acceptable. Its all just so sickening..

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    fuztownsend

    Friday, February 1, 2013

  • Slow news day? What a pointless story

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    NOEXCUSE

    Thursday, January 31, 2013

  • How ridiculous. Poor child - let kids be kids. Also who actually cares about this dull story? My toddler had pea and ham soup for lunch today - would you like to write a story about that???

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    alittlebitwoolly

    Thursday, January 31, 2013

  • What's the fuss about she looks absolutely nothing like Harper Beckham !

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    gavalie

    Friday, February 1, 2013

  • This article fails to mention how this lady who is more interested in how her kid looks kicked her 1sr daughter out and made her live with her grandmother

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    the opinion man

    Thursday, January 31, 2013

  • I agree NOEXCUSE. Who the hell cares??

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    Captain Slog

    Thursday, January 31, 2013

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