Besides being the offspring of world-famous icons David and Victoria Beckham, the Beckham boys have got it pretty good. Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz Beckham have no doubt inherited their parents’ penchant for all things luxury, which automatically indicts them into London cool-kid crew. Spanning upmarket restaurants to designer fashion pop-ups, the trio know just where to go in the British metropolis.
When not jetting off to Miami to kick back in the Florida sunshine or coasting through the South of France, the Beckham boys love to spend time at home in London. Snippets of their city ventures frequently crop up on their Instagram feeds, giving a decent insight as to where they like to hang out.
From Notting Hill to Hackney, Kensington to Soho, discover where the Beckham brothers like to kick back and relax with friends, family and one another.
The Beckhams live luxurious lifestyles, and nothing says luxury more than their stomping ground of Holland Park, one of London's most exclusive areas. Their west London abode, which is worth a dazzling £31million, is situated in the lavish area that is nestled in between Notting Hill and Shepherd’s Bush.
The Beckham boys, Romeo in particular, love to meander the beautiful streets of the location and have been spotted exploring Holland Park Avenue or on the tube that sits on the Central Line. Cruz also enjoys making the most of the area’s scenic streets, a few of which have appeared as picturesque backdrops in his street style photos shared online.
Right around the corner from Holland Park sits Notting Hill. The upmarket stretch of the city adopts a village-like structure and is famous for boasting pastel-coloured houses most commonly associated with the eponymous film starring Hugh Grant.
Like many other celebrities, the Beckham entourage often hit the streets of Notting Hill to take advantage of what the West London community has to offer. From meeting up with mates, having a sunset stroll with the dog, or having some one-on-one time with girlfriends, the siblings often retreat to the leafy borough to have some downtime.
Venturing south of Notting Hill, youngest brother Cruz has been spotted skating in Kensington right by the Albert Memorial. The golden statue is flanked by steps and swathes of green grass, making for the ideal and Instagrammable skateboarding spot.
Romeo is also a fan of the large London park. The footballer was snapped in a candid summer photo on the Park Lane side of the park by bustling Speaker’s Corner.
Brooklyn treated his wife Nicola Peltz Beckham to a tour of his native London as they hopped across the Atlantic for a family reunion. The couple mapped the streets of Soho, with Nicola enjoying her tour via piggyback courtesy of her husband.
Romeo has previosuly frequented the popular Carnaby Road where he indulged in a spot of shopping while sporting a striking streetwear look.
An essential spot for café-lovers and high street aficionados, Baker Street is a cool crossing point for both commuters and shoppers alike. Whether heading off for a Meander down Marylebone High Street, winding one’s way to Selfridges or Regent’s Park, the prestigious street made famous by fictional character Sherlock Holmes is beloved by all, including the Beckhams.
Heading east, Cruz explored the Hackney borough with pals while filming a skateboarding film. The 18-year-old showed off the location’s canals, parks, edgy industrial areas and restaurants. Plus, he managed to tie in a pitstop to world-famous store Dover Street Market.
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