Brooklyn Beckham made his first public appearance since the car accident he was involved in alongside his dad David Beckham at the weekend. The 15-year-old was seen leaving a charity event in London on Thursday evening accompanied by Scottish singer Tallia Storm and blogger Tessie Hartmann.
David and Victoria's son was in good spirits as he left Café Kaizen, where the event took place, dressed casually in a black T-shirt, a pair of blue jeans, black plimsolls and a navy bomber jacket.
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Brooklyn Beckham was spotted with Scottish Singer Tallia Storm (far left)
The young footballer, who recently signed to Arsenal, rubbed shoulders with the likes of Caprice Bourret, Brian Friedman and former Celebrity Big Brother contestant Casey Batchelor at the Mayfair event, which was in aid of the Style For Stroke initiative to raise funds and awareness for the Stroke Association.
Tallia – who famously opened for Elton John at the age of 13 after he saw a YouTube video of her singing – had performed at the event.
The 15-year-old stepped out for the first time since a car accident with his dad on Saturday
At the end of the evening, the stylish gentleman shared his car ride with Tallia,16, and Tessie after leaving the venue with the duo.
Brooklyn had more company as he made his way home – the teenager had security close by as he and the girls made their way to the car.
The youngster looked calm and collected despite a car accident on Saturday outside Arsenal’s training ground in Hertfordshire.
Brooklyn was casual and stylish as he attended a charity event
According to reports both Brooklyn and his dad, who was driving the car, were left "shaken" but escaped serious injury after the airbags were deployed in David's Audi.
Arsenal under-16s team member Brooklyn had just finished playing in a match against Brighton's under-16s. The father-son duo were just leaving when their car collided with another vehicle.
A source close to Victoria's husband said: "They were shaken. It was quite a heavy prang at quite a speed but everybody walked away uninjured. Everybody's fine. Thankfully the car's airbags deployed."