Monday 23 October 2017

Family affair as the Beckhams come out in force to celebrate Brooklyn's book launch

Victoria Beckham attends the private view of Brooklyn Beckham's photographs to promote his new photography book What I See, at Christie's in London
Victoria Beckham attends the private view of Brooklyn Beckham's photographs to promote his new photography book What I See, at Christie's in London
David Beckham attends the private view of Brooklyn Beckham's photographs to promote his new photography book What I See, at Christie's in London
Cruz Beckham attends the private view of Brooklyn Beckham's photographs to promote his new photography book What I See, at Christie's in London
Romeo Beckham attends the private view of Brooklyn Beckham's photographs to promote his new photography book What I See, at Christie's in London
Brooklyn Beckham's arrives to attend the private view of his photographs to promote his new photography book What I See, at Christie's in London
Anthony Adams attends the private view of Brooklyn Beckham's photographs to promote his new photography book What I See, at Christie's in London
Caitlin McBride

Caitlin McBride

Brooklyn Beckham celebrated the launch of his debut photography book in style.

At just 18 years old David and Victoria Beckham's eldest son has been paving his own way in showbiz, working on lucrative brand collaborations, but seems hopeful on making a full-time career out of his passion for photography.

So proud, amazing exhibition @brooklynbeckham thank you @christiesinc #whatiseebrooklynbeckham @poloralphlauren x VB

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Photos from his book What I See were displayed at Christie's in London on Tuesday night and his famous parents were on hand to support his big moment, as were his little brothers Romeo and Cruz. Romeo is no stranger to his brother's passion for photography - he previously starred in two Burberry ads, while his big brother shot the 2016 Burberry Brit campaign.

The book documents the teenager's international travel and behind the scenes insight into the family life of Brand Beckham, but he said it took "bloody ages" to get the images approved his by his superstar parents.

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Brooklyn Beckham's arrives to attend the private view of his photographs to promote his new photography book What I See, at Christie's in London

"It was hard to get them approved," he told the Telegraph.

"Most times, I’m secretive about taking them. If my mum sees me taking a picture, she kind of poses and stuff, and I don’t really like that.

"[But] none of my photos are set; I like using natural light."

The strict rules imposed on which images would be approved might explain its divisive reception among critics.

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