Brooklyn Beckham takes brothers Romeo and Cruz to the Kids' Choice Awards

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David and Victoria Beckham's sons walked the orange carpet at the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards on Saturday. Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz stepped out together at the Los Angeles ceremony looking every inch as stylish as their famous parents.

Brooklyn, who turned 16 on 4 March, sported a green shirt over a white T-shirt, black leather trainers and white hi-top trainers. Victoria and David's eldest accessorised his outfit with a gold necklace and a pair of sunglasses.

Left to right: Romeo, Brooklyn and Cruz attended the Kids' Choice Awards in LA



Burberry model Romeo, 12, also opted for a shirt, which he teamed with black jeans and trainers while ten-year-old Cruz wore a black denim jacket and a beanie hat, as well as a gold chain similar to Brooklyn's.

Shortly after the event, big brother Brooklyn shared a snap of the trio from the awards with the caption: "
Great time with my bros."

David and Victoria's close friend and business associate Gordon Ramsay also attended the awards with his wife Tana and two of their four children.

Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz, who regularly spend time with Gordon's family, were no doubt pleased to see the chef and his daughters Megan and Mathilda.

The Beckham boys were as stylish as their fashion-savvy parents



The Beckham siblings were also in good company at The Forum arena in Inglewood, California, with stars including Jennifer Hudson, Kaley Cuoco, Iggy Azalea, Chris Rock, Meghan Trainor, and Five Seconds of Summer also attending the event.

Hollywood superstar Angelina Jolie also made an appearance at the ceremony, scooping the award Best Villain for her role in Maleficent.

The 39-year-old was joined by her daughters Zahara and Shiloh who were so overjoyed when their mum was announced as the winner, that they beamed and wrapped their arms around her neck for a group hug.

Mr and Mrs Smith actress Angelia appeared just as delighted by the win, sharing the moment with her girls and hugging them back before making her way to the stage to accept her trophy.