Victoria Beckam raved about her four kids Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz, and Harper during an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Friday, April 24. Credit: Michael Rozman/Warner Bros

Hard work and some play! Victoria Beckham made a rare television appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Friday, April 24, during which she raved about her four beautiful kids Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz, and Harper.

The somewhat tight-lipped fashion designer, 41, was last on DeGeneres' talk show about seven years ago. "You were hoping to someday have a girl," DeGeneres noted. "And now you do! You have Harper."

The former Spice Girl, who posted a sweet photo with her mini-me at a fashion event last week, shared tidbits on her daughter's personality.

"She’s amazing," Beckham said. "All our kids are amazing. I mean, they’re really good kids. You know, they work hard at school. They’re happy. They’re funny. They are just really good kids, and she’s so great."

In fact, Victoria and David brought little Harper — along with her big brothers Brooklyn, 16, Romeo, 12, and Cruz, 10 — to a Burberry show in L.A., last week, where the beautiful brood took over the front row. An observer told Us Weekly that Harper was quite adorable while "bobbing around" to music on her dad's lap. She then asked her big brothers to help unwrap a snack bar.

"The boys are great with her," Victoria noted. "She’s a little tomboy. You know, she loves to wear little dresses, but then, she loves to put her football boots on and get in the garden with her brothers, and have a little rough and tumble. Which I think is great."

David echoed Harper's tomboy tendencies in an interview with British Vogue last month. "The second that Harper walks into the house she'll put on her ballerina outfit and a pair of Victoria's heels," the former soccer pro noted. "But she'll also put the boys' football boots on, so she's got both dimensions."

As for the couple's eldest son Brooklyn? "He’s a good boy," Victoria noted on Friday, elaborating on his work ethic. "He’s worked in the local café cleaning up dishes for the last two years, which I think is great," she told DeGeneres. "For me and David, we work a lot, but the kids are everything to us."

The British star continued: "We are very, very present. I think it’s important that the kids have a good work ethic and try to help other people as well."