The Beckham children are a talented bunch! On Monday, David Beckham uploaded a brand new video of youngest son Cruz showing off his dancing skills on Instagram, and it has proved a big hit with his followers who have watched it more than 1.6million times so far.
In the clip, the 11-year-old can be seen dancing along to a hip hop track, and is clearly a total natural on the dance floor. His proud dad was certainly impressed, captioning the snippet: "Come on Cruzie!"
Come on Cruzie 🙈
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David Beckham has shared a video of son Cruz showing off his dance moves
Cruz seems set for a career in the entertainment industry. In April David shared a video of his son singing the Anna Kendrick song Cups – and it totally blew fans away, with many likening Cruz to Justin Bieber in their comments.
Shortly afterwards, David admitted that he and wife Victoria hadn't realised "what a great voice he had". He told MTV: "He loves to sing so we knew he had a pretty good voice but when he did that Cups thing, that was kind of amazing. He's definitely got a little bit of talent there."
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The 11-year-old is also a very talented singer
Asked whether he thinks Cruz could be the next big thing in pop, he answered: "We'll see. If he wants to be!"
While Cruz seems destined to be on stage, his big brothers Brooklyn and Romeo have developed their own passions. Brooklyn, 17, has become a successful photographer, who added a major string to his bow earlier this year when he shot the campaign for Burberry's latest fragrance.
Cruz with his big brothers Brooklyn and Romeo
Romeo, meanwhile, is showing some serious potential on the tennis court. During a visit to the prestigious Queen's Club in June with his son, David said: "Right now tennis is his sport. He gave up on football at the ripe old age of 13 and now he plats tennis four or five times a week."
Romeo's tennis coach John Johnson has also said Romeo is one to watch in the future. "He has a lot of talent, and very good hand-eye coordination," he said. "He is really into it and very talented."