It must be a nightmare for any youngster to have embarrassing parents comment on their social media activity - and Brooklyn Beckham is no exception, even though his dad is one of the most famous and loved men on the planet.
Brooklyn posted a photo of himself wearing an “old school” Ralph Lauren jumper on Instagram on Friday - but this didn’t go unnoticed by his old man.
David Beckham was spotted posting a comment on his son’s photo, which you can see by scrolling a little further down this page.
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Beckham Snr. liked the photo - per Sky Sports’ Hayley McQueen - before commenting: “That’s my jumper”.
David enjoys embarrassing his eldest son
This isn’t the first time that David Beckham has played the role of ‘embarrassing dad’ to perfection.
Earlier this year, Brooklyn was in the middle of thanking his fans after reaching one million followers on Instagram, before his dad walked in and said: “I’ve got 52”.
Poor old Brooklyn was even shown up by his dad on the Late Late Show.
However, if David Beckham wasn’t his father, Brooklyn would never have had the opportunity to play on the Old Trafford pitch earlier this month.
There was a lovely moment in that match when Brooklyn was subbed on for his dad, who remains a fan favourite amongst the Manchester United supporters.
Brooklyn unlikely to become a footballer now
As he gets older, though, it seems increasingly unlikely that Brooklyn will make it as a footballer.
He was released by Arsenal’s academy earlier this year and, according to David, is now keen to pursue a career in photography.
But as he practises by uploading photos onto Instagram in the meantime, it might be worth having a quiet word with his dad to avoid any further moments of embarrassment.
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