Brooklyn Beckham opens up about 'strict' parents

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Brooklyn Beckham might be one of the world's most famous teenagers, but he still has to abide by the rules set by his parents David and Victoria Beckham, who, by his own admission, can be pretty "strict".

Speaking to Miss Vogue about his mum and dad, Brooklyn revealed: "They're both strict, but about different things. Mum is constantly telling us not to play football in the house."

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Brooklyn Beckham said mum Victoria is "constantly" telling him not to play football in the house



One thing both David and Victoria are a little more laid-back about though, is a curfew for their eldest. "My parents are really cool and I never get in that late anyway," he added.

Just last week, Victoria opened up about being a mum of four in an interview with Good Morning America. "We’ve always been strict with the children," she said. "They have great manners – they always say 'please' and 'thank you' and I think that's important.

"But at the same time, they're still fun and they still run around the house and they're still crazy and they're dancing and they're kicking footballs around, which I don't allow them to do.

"That seems to be the one area I can't discipline them, they will not stop playing football in the house!" she added.

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David Beckham recently revealed he and Victoria control Brooklyn's social media



Similarly, David revealed in a recent interview that he and Victoria both monitor Brooklyn's social media – the teen currently boasts 4.4million followers on Instagram. "We control everything he posts, everything that he does, and it's the same with our other kids," David told ABC, referring to 13-year-old Romeo, ten-year-old Cruz and four-year-old Harper.

But just because Brooklyn enjoys a kickabout at home, doesn't necessarily mean he will follow in his father's footsteps. "I love football, but I'm also very passionate about photography and film," he told Miss Vogue. "I'm keeping my options open right now."