You may or may not be aware, but Brooklyn Beckham is something of an aspiring photographer.
The 19-year-old regularly shares his artistic shots with his 11.5 million followers on Instagram.
Mostly in black and white, the eldest child of David and Victoria likes to share photos of his travels and adventures in various far flung areas of the world, as well as keeping us updated on his expanding collection of tattoos.
However, his latest collection of photographs has got some people talking.
This is because a fair few Freudian followers think the subject of these photos – his girlfriend, Hana Cross – bares a striking resemblance to Brooklyn’s mum Victoria. Is there something Oedipal going on here?
What do you think:
And for reference:
Brooklyn and Hana – a model from the UK – confirmed their relationship just before Christmas 2018. They were spotted leaving a Fashion Awards after party together, according to The Sun.
The young couple also reportedly went to see Mumford & Sons at the O2 Arena, and even spent New Year’s Eve together, along with the rest of the Beckham crew.
It seems the pair are smitten with each other, as Brooklyn simply captioned the new set of photos with a red heart emoji, while Hana also shared a number of photos of the two together on her own Instagram.
Brooklyn’s no stranger to showing how close he is to his mum:
Although it’s not just his mum that the 19-year-old has an inked tribute on his body to.
Last year, Brooklyn posted another black and white video of himself, topless, sporting a fetching goatee, gesturing to the camera and revealing a big new inking on his chest.
The tattoo in question was undoubtedly an homage to one his dad, David, has in the same position on his own chest.
And who’s to blame him really, especially when some of his previous inkings have come under serious scrutiny by many of his fans/followers…
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Charlie Cocksedge is a journalist at UNILAD. He graduated from the University of Manchester with an MA in Creative Writing, where he learnt how to write in the third person, before getting his NCTJ. His work has also appeared in such places as The Guardian, PN Review and the bin.