Brooklyn Beckham proved he's quite the ladies' man as he posed the US ladies' soccer team while in New York with his mum Victoria Beckham. The handsome 16-year-old certainly looked the part as he posed alongside three beauties. He was smart-casual in a white shirt, dark blazer and trousers for the outing.
But Victoria and David Beckham's eldest son is currently accompanying one very special lady Stateside – his fashion designer mum.
While David Beckham is on one of his football challenge stops around seven continents, promoting his charity work with UNICEF, the couple's son stood in to support his mum as she has appeared on Good Morning America, before later receiving an award at the annual American Glamour Women of The Year Awards.
Wearing a black jumper featuring the slogan "I feel love", a clearly proud Brooklyn posted a snap of himself sitting in NYC's Carnegie Hall next to his mum's seat.
"Why u so quiet mum," wrote the teen playfully alongside the snap which shows him looking at her image pinned to the seat.
The privileged youngster also shared a picture on set of Good Morning America on Monday morning, when his mum spoke about receiving her honour. "@goodmorningamerica with my mum exciting day ahead #GlamourWOTY25," he captioned the snap.
Speaking about her influence as a celebrity on GMA, Victoria said: "It took me getting to 40 years old to realise I have a powerful voice. People will listen to what I say, for whatever reason."
About her honour she said: "This means an enormous amount to me. I love to support and empower women and that's the message tonight."
The mother-of-four also shared the excellent advice she recently received from Diane von Furstenberg.
"For me, I was having dinner with Diane von Furstenberg a few months ago and she's a woman I have an enormous amount of respect and admiration for," she said.
"I said to her, 'Diane, when your children were younger and you were working, did you feel guilty?' And she said, 'Absolutely not. It's a waste of time, a waste of energy, it's ageing."
"That was great advice because I'm sure there are lots of women right now who are thinking, 'I feel guilty. I've got kids and I'm going to work.' Actually, it is a positive message to be given to your children and to other women and children as well."