I’ll be honest: I’m intrigued by Brooklyn Beckham. In fact, I’m obsessed.
Not in that creepy Joe Goldberg kinda way (one for the You heads, there), but more in a jealous kind of way, a way that constantly makes me wonder what it’s like to have a dad that’s considered one of the best English footballers of our generation.
Burdened with the pressure of being real-life Goldenballs’ son (David’s football nickname, FYI), Brooklyn never really looked like following in his dad’s footsteps (despite a few trials), unlike brother Romeo who recently made a move to Brentford FC (albeit their B team).
Instead, the 23 year old — who
More often than not, there’s little to talk about when it comes to Brooklyn’s style (aside from the time they
Spotted on January 22, Beckham Jr. was captured wearing a shirt that can only be described as a work of modern art: a 2003/04 England jersey adorned with “Beckham” and his iconic “7” on the rear.
Let me put that into perspective for you: we’re talking 03/04 Beckham senior, sarong-wearing Beckham senior, fresh from his move to Real Madrid Beckham senior. Peak Goldenballs at his finest.
It’s a vibe, to say the least, and one that will undoubtedly evoke memories for thousands other than me.
In truth, I can’t believe it’s taken 23 years for Brooklyn to begin emulating his old fella (I know I would’ve done it a lot sooner), but if this is the start of his very own sarong and ponytail phase, I’m fully here for it. Goldenballs v2? Let’s hope.