Not content with taking on the modelling world, is Brooklyn Beckham looking to move on to the big screen? The 16-year-old son of David and Victoria Beckham certainly had fans guessing on Friday, when he posted a behind-the-scenes snap from the set of King Arthur.
"3 days on the set of king Arthur, had a great time. Thanks @guyritchie," Brooklyn captioned the picture on Instagram, which shows Guy, Brooklyn, and cast members cheering at the camera.
The project already has a dream team in the form of director Guy Ritchie, Geordie actor Charlie Hunnam, Jude Law, Eric Bana and Djimon Hounsou. Charlie, last seen as a bad boy biker in the US TV series Sons of Anarchy, takes the lead role.
Although Brooklyn was not in costume, his picture comes a week after it was revealed that his father, football legend David, would be taking on a cameo role for the fantasy film, which is out in 2016 with the full title Knights of the Roundtable: King Arthur.
First reported by film website Film Divider, it is thought David will appear in the scene where Excalibur gets drawn from the stone - and apparently football puns have been written into the script for Becks' appearance.
Sixteen-year-old Brooklyn is slowly becoming almost as popular as his parents, rapidly gaining thousands of followers on his new Twitter account. Brooklyn amassed over 20,000 fans within just a couple of hours of signing up to the social media in May.
Brooklyn has fast become a social media sensation and hit a landmark two million followers on Instagram on his dad's 40th birthday. The teen marked the occasion by posting a family photo with his younger brothers Romeo and Cruz smiling in front of a Happy Birthday banner.