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Romeo Beckham pokes fun at Cara Delevingne in new Burberry shots

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Romeo Beckham is once again in the fashion spotlight after British brand Burberry unveiled a new set of campaign images starring the famous 10-year-old. The images, posted on the label's Facebook page, show the son of David and Victoria modelling a stone-hued classic Burberry trench coat while pointing at fellow model Cara Delevingne. Romeo pokes fun at blonde beauty Cara, who is striking a sultry pose in a nude leotard and a cropped trench. She holds one arm over her head while the other shows off the new Blaze It bag for SS13.

In another image, Romeo is seen pointing a cheeky finger at male model Charlie France. Wearing a grey suit and tie, the young boy grins as he larks around. He was announced as the new face of Burberry's SS13 campaign back in December and has impressed the fashion world with his modelling prowess. The 10-year-old was described by those who worked on the shoot as "amazing, incredibly and a little joy". The brand's chief creative officer Christopher Bailey described working with the trendsetting youngster as a "joy", adding: ''We had such fun shooting the campaign and I think that comes through in the images, which really reflect the upbeat spirit of the collection."

Since starting the campaign, Romeo has captured the imagination of Burberry customers, with the fledgling fashionista even appearing in an ad for the label's sell-out £22,000 Peacock trench coat. It all amounts to a busy time for Romeo, who is working on his first modelling job as well as continuing with his schooling. The youngster and his two brothers Brooklyn and Cruz have recently changed schools following the family's move from Los Angeles to London, a relocation that allows dad David to play for French football team Paris Saint-Germain. The family seems to be enjoying life back in the UK, especially being close to David's parents Sandra and Ted, and Victoria's mum and dad Jackie and Tony. The move has also allowed them to spend time with their British friends, including Gordon and Tina Ramsay and their four children