Tuesday, 14 July, 2020

Brooklyn Beckham to ‘drop out of university after one term’

Brooklyn Beckham is set to quit his photography course in New York after only one term, according to a report.

After only a few months, Brooklyn Beckham is set to drop out of University and take up an internship with a top photographer instead.

The 18-year-old moved out of London in August to relocate in New York to better his photography skills at the Parsons School of Design.

The eldest child of David and Victoria Beckham is now set to quit Uni after months, The Sun reports.

A source told the paper: “Brooklyn has only been at university in New York for a few months so it has come as a massive surprise.

“He’s been offered a couple of internships with top photographers so is considering deferring his college place to take them up.”

The insider added: “He’s currently weighing up the best options and is set to decide shortly whether to stay at college or take the internships.”

Brooklyn Beckham reportedly sold just 3,890 copies of his debut photography book in the UK in the four months it was released.

It was said at the end of the year that Beckham’s book is thought to have made £46,573.74 in sales since its release.

Beckham told Compelo in October last year: “I’ve been taking photographs for a few years now. I take them of everything I do and see. I have been posting a lot of them on social media,

He added: “I have just done my photography A Level and have been offered a scholarship at an amazing college in New York to study photography further,”

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