Seven-year-old Harper Beckham ranks fourth on new social power list

Seven-year-old Harper Beckham ranks fourth on new social power list
Brooklyn Beckham, Hana Cross, Cruz Beckham, Romeo Beckham, Harper Beckham and David Beckham. Picture: Getty

Prince Harry and Meghan have been outranked by Prince William and Kate – and Harper Beckham – in a who’s who of the most “socially significant” people.

Society bible Tatler is publishing its debut Social Power Index.

Seven-year-old Harper is fourth on the magazine’s list, placed higher than her celebrity parents and a host of other big names.

She is described as a “front-row fixture” who “jets between Los Angeles, London and the Cotswolds”.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge take first place, with Tatler describing an invitation to their home as the “ultimate social trophy”.

Actor Idris Elba and wife Sabrina Dhowre are second.

Idris Elba and Sabrina Dhowre (Ian West/PA)
Idris Elba and Sabrina Dhowre (Ian West/PA)

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are outside the top 10, which is not numbered, but they are “crowned the king and queen of global glamour”.

Those who make the top 10 include ex-England footballer Jamie Redknapp, BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg, Little Mix star Perrie Edwards and her footballer boyfriend Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, who “embody modern glamour and success”, and the Marquess and Marchioness of Cholmondeley.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Perrie Edwards (Ian West/PA)
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Perrie Edwards (Ian West/PA)

David and Victoria Beckham are outside the top 10, along with comedian Jack Whitehall, Brooklyn Beckham and girlfriend Hana Cross, Mick Jagger,  Elton John and David Furnish,  Joan Collins and Kate Moss and her boyfriend Count Nikolai von Bismarck.

The supermodel’s daughter Lila is also on the list, alongside Jeremy Clarkson, James Blunt and his wife Sofia Wellesley, and the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall.

Kate Moss is on the list (Jennifer Graylock/PA)
Kate Moss is on the list (Jennifer Graylock/PA)

The Social Power Index appears in the August issue of Tatler, available on newsstands and digital download on Thursday.

The top 10

1. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (Adam Davy/PA)
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (Adam Davy/PA)

2. Idris Elba and Sabrina Dhowre

3. Joseph and Sabine Getty

4. Harper Beckham

5. The Hon Will and Lohralee Astor

6. Jamie Redknapp

Jamie Redknapp arrives for the wedding of Princess Eugenie to Jack Brooksbank (Gareth Fuller/PA)
Jamie Redknapp arrives for the wedding of Princess Eugenie to Jack Brooksbank (Gareth Fuller/PA)

7. Laura Kuenssberg

8. Lord and Lady Bamford

9. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Perrie Edwards

10. The Marquess and Marchioness of Cholmondeley

- Press Association

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