Brooklyn Beckham, the 16-year-old son of Victoria and David Beckham, reportedly has signed with a modeling agency. The teenager made his modeling debut when he was just 15, starring on the cover of “Man About Town” last year for whom dad David also has posed. Brooklyn appeared on the cover and in a 20-page story.
“He has recently signed to a modeling agency. It appears he has a lot of potential for a career in the industry,” a source told Hello. The insider said the teen was incredibly photogenic and has the looks to be considered for some high-profile, big-money work.
The junior Beckham is no stranger to the spotlight and has his sights set on a career in Hollywood though he has yet to sign with an agent.
Brooklyn followed in the footsteps of his younger brother Romeo, 12, who had appeared in two Burberry campaigns, spring/summer 2013 and Christmas 2014. The 12-year-old sparked a peak in sales for the British heritage brand following the Christmas campaign. He was reportedly headhunted by the fashion house’s chief creative officer Christopher Bailey.
Meanwhile, Brooklyn has appeared in editorial spreads for other publications. He starred in a New York Times Style Magazine piece. Earlier this year he revealed he had landed his first fashion campaign when he became the face of Polish sportswear brand Reserve. The eldest Beckham child showed how excited he was by proudly sharing some of the black-and-white campaign images with his 3.8 million followers on Instagram.