Chloe Moretz's mum has revealed that she has both met and approves of her daughter's boyfriend Brooklyn Beckham with a sweet Instagram snap. Teri Moretz shared two photos of Brooklyn as the pair spent time together at the Democratic National Convention in Pennsylvania, where Chloe delivered a speech in support of US presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
In a selfie with Brooklyn, who has been publicly dating Chloe since May, Teri wrote: "Me and this one... London cool! SO happy to share our American political system with my favorite Brit!!" She then shared a photo of Chloe and Brooklyn together, writing: "These two! I love them both. What a night this is at the Democratic Convention!"
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Chloe's mum Teri shared a photo of herself with Brooklyn
Chloe shared her own snap of Brooklyn at the convention, writing: "Look who surprised me! We are ready to watch @hillaryclinton make history." She then shared a photo of herself smiling while delivering her speech, saying: "The opportunity of a lifetime to be able to speak at the DNC to my fellow millennial's reiterating the importance of this election and the importance of our votes in general…thank you to my amazing friends and family who made it out to support and witness history."
Brooklyn's mum Victoria Beckham supported Chloe's speech by sharing a photo of the Bad Neighbours 2 star, writing: "That's what I'm talking about!!!.....Girl Power!!!! @chloegmoretz@hillaryclinton #ImWithHer
In her speech, Chloe said: "This November, I will be voting in my first general election and I am excited that the very first vote I cast for President will be for Hillary Clinton.
Brooklyn supported Chloe at the DNC
"I'm a millennial – a member of the largest generation of Americans since the Baby Boom. But nearly four out of five young people stayed home in the 2014 Congressional election.
"Imagine what can happen if we all make our voices heard at the ballot box this November. Don't miss this chance to make your voice count. We can make Hillary Clinton the next president of the United States."