News & Gossip Celebrity news Harper Beckham: voted most stylish celebrity tot Romeo, Nori, Blue and Alaia-Mai also top the mini-style list 1 of Ad break 1. Harper BeckhamHarper Beckham has been name the most stylish celebrity tot. David and Victoria Beckham's youngest child has topped a survey, with 21% of the votes. We’re not surprised the trendy tot topped the poll, commissioned by CheapHolidayLand.com: her fashion designer mum has a good eye for clothes! She’s even been known to make Harper one-off miniature versions of her Victoria Beckham designer dresses. MFM's favourite Harper style: pink dresses with Dr Martens boots 2. Romeo BeckhamAnother Beckham child came second in the poll. No surprises there, as a job posing for Burberry alongside supermodel Cara Delevingne upped his style credentials last year. Romeo is also known for wearing miniature versions of his dad’s suits on the red carpet. MFM's favourite Romeo style: Burberry mac and suit 3. North WestBaby Nori is only 7-months-old but she’s already reality TV royalty. Kim has previously tweeted pictures of baby clothes from Lanvin, Celine, Alexander Wang and Givenchy. so it seems Nori already has designers clamoring to dress her! MFM's favourite Nori style: pink floral headband (and drool) 4. Blue IvyWho run the world? Girls! Beyonce's daugther Blue Ivy has some serious style attitude and is often seen in miniature versions of her dad Jay Z’s trainers. MFM's favourite Blue Ivy style: custom leather jacket Continue slideshow > 5. Alaia-Mai Humes Alaia-Mai Humes, the daughter of The Saturdays singer Rochelle Humes and JLS star Marvin took fifth place with 10% of the vote. MFM's favourite Alaia-Mai style: giant bobble hat Read more: Kim Kardashian shows off Nori’s growing designer wardrobe Harper front row at Victoria Beckham’s Fashion Week show: new photos By Jessica Gibb Comments Latest on MadeForMums MadeForMums Awards 2018 shortlist announced Mum takes drastic action when her baby name is 'stolen' How Rochelle Humes tackled her daughter's curly hair insecurity What's the most you'd pay to watch your child's Christmas play?