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

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David and Victoria Beckham's sons enjoyed a night out at the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Sports Awards on Thursday night. Brooklyn, 16, joined his younger brothers Romeo, 12 and Cruz, ten, on the orange carpet at the Pauley Pavilion in Los Angeles.

The teen looked like a doting big brother, placing a protective arm around his younger siblings as they posed together for photos.

Brooklyn looked stylish and laidback in a white top, jeans and his favourite Yeezy Adidas trainers, while Romeo and Cruz both stepped out in dark jeans and trainers.

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Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz Beckham attended the Kids' Choice Sports Awards

The brothers met US women's footballer and recent World Cup winner Hope Solo on their way into the awards, with Brooklyn later sharing a photo of them together on Instagram.

"Great meeting @hopesolo," Brooklyn captioned the snap.

Hope later shared a similar image on her own Twitter account, telling fans: "With the handsome sons of @victoriabeckham and #DavidBeckham at the #KidsChoiceSports Awards!"

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The brothers met US footballer Hope Solo

It is not the first time the Beckham boys have attended an event without either of their famous parents; the brothers also attended the Kids' Choice Awards together in March, while Brooklyn has also been to Coachella and Wireless festivals in the last few months.

The family are currently spending time in Los Angeles, with Brooklyn keeping his ever-growing number of Instagram followers updated about his summer holidays.

On Wednesday the handsome teen impressed fans by showing off some fancy footwork in an Instagram video of himself dancing while zipping gracefully about on a new set of Uwheels, a self-balancing electric scooter.

Victoria and David's eldest son was clearly impressed by the Bluetooth speakers that are built into the new nifty transport system as he played a tune and danced along to it for the short.

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