Rocco Ritchie goes grunge for night out with dad Guy Ritchie

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He's barely into his teens, but already Rocco Ritchie has developed his own distinctive sense of style – and it seems to be firmly set in the Nineties. The 14-year-old looked super cool as he headed out for dinner with his film director dad Guy Ritchie and Guy’s fiancée Jacqui Ainsley.

There was definitely an air of grunge about Rocco’s look as he headed out for dinner in a pair of baggy jeans that were frayed at the bottom and an oversized patterned shirt. With his shoulder-length wavy blond hair, the youngster could have even drawn comparisons with Nirvana singer Kurt Kobain, who pioneered the grunge movement in the early Nineties.

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Rocco Ritchie was the epitome of grunge cool as he stepped out for dinner in London with dad Guy Ritchie and Guy's fiancée Jacqui Ainsley



Rocco joined his father and Jacqui for dinner at the Chiltern Firehouse in Marylebone. The upmarket eaterie is a favourite haunt of Guy, who was spotted there in February with David – the other son he shares with pop icon Maddona.

By contrast the Snatch director had gone smart for the trio's night out, in chinos and a blue shirt. Jacqui, meanwhile looked glam in a monocrome shirt and skirt ensemble, her hair pinned up in a plaited ‘do.

The couple had left their three young children at home for the night out with Rocco. They have son Rafael, three, two-year-old daughter Rivka, and a second little girl who was born on 8 June last year, whose name is not known.

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The trio were calling in at one of Guy's favourite haunts, the Chiltern Firehouse in Marylebone



It’s unlikely that Rocco has been picking up any fashion tips from his dad. As far as his parenting style is concerned, Guy has described himself as a laid-back dad who tries not to give his children too much "life advice".

He told the Daily Mirror: “You've got to work it out for yourself. What works for me might not work for anyone else. I'm anti people putting so much pressure on kids and robbing their childhood by giving them so much homework. I think if kids want to a**e around, then they should”.