Saturday 18 April 2015

Brooklyn Beckham keen to break into entertainment - as he continues working in Starbucks

Published 27/07/2014 | 19:00

Victoria Beckham and her son Brooklyn at the Harper's Bazaar Women of the Year Awards at Claridge's Hotel in London
Victoria Beckham and her son Brooklyn at the Harper's Bazaar Women of the Year Awards at Claridge's Hotel in London

Brooklyn Beckham has reportedly been asking Chloë Grace Moretz for advice on the entertainment industry.

The 15-year-old is the son of soccer star David and his wife, fashion designer Victoria Beckham. Recently he completed four days of work experience with film director Guy Ritchie and he's apparently serious about getting ahead in Hollywood.

"Brooklyn would love to try his hand at directing one day, and has already struck up a close friendship with Hollywood teen star Chloë Moretz, who has given him tips about the entertainment business," an insider told Best magazine.

Brooklyn worked alongside Guy at his office in London, UK. His dad apparently took him to the placement, choosing to drop him off in a top of the range Jaguar according to British newspaper The Sun on Sunday.

This came after Brooklyn dipped his toe into the world of work with a job at Starbucks, where he's thought to make €3.50 an hour.

"David and Victoria were really impressed when Brooklyn took the initiative of finding himself work at the local Starbucks in West London earlier this year. They decided to give him a helping hand with his next job - work experience with Guy Ritchie," the source explained.

David and Victoria also have sons Romeo and Cruz as well as their youngest, daughter Harper. Although the couple are multi-millionaires they have worked hard to ensure their children don't have a sense of entitlement, with the kids' manners and down-to-earth attitude often commented on by others.

"Me and Victoria were brought up with strong discipline by our parents and to have respect for people and our boys have definitely got that," David said last year.

"They've been saying their please and thank-yous since they were two or three years old. They're very polite.

"That's one of the first questions that we ask when we go for meetings at school is about their manners: and it's one of the first things their teachers say - that they've got impeccable manners."

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