Sunday, 12 July, 2020

Brooklyn Beckham gets his first job in London coffee shop!

Brooklyn Beckham has got his first weekend job in a coffee job in London.

The 15 year old is working as a barrista because his famous multi-millionaire parents want him to learn the value of money. It’s been reported that he could be working on for the minimum wage of £2.68 per hour.

According to The Sun, he has already done several shifts serving tea and coffee to tourists and visitors of the capital.

The source said: “Brooklyn has got the world at his fingertips and could have a life of luxury if he wanted – but the lad is not that way inclined.

“Brooklyn and his three siblings (Romeo, 11, Cruz, nine, and Harper, two) have all had a great start in life – much better than most. But David and Victoria want them to know what hard work is like.

“They’re chuffed they’re back in London too, as American children are more spoilt and that’s not what they want to instil in their own kids.

“Brooklyn wants to make his own money and be his own man. His mum and dad are delighted and it’s a testament to their parenting skills.

“Instilling a solid work ethic early will be good for him.”

Brooklyn is looking for a career in modelling, like his younger brother Romeo, having already modelled for Man About Town magazine.  However he also has other interests such as football and photography.

A source from The Mail Online  said: “Brooklyn is focused on his school and soccer, But of course he was so excited to get his first magazine cover shoot as he’s interested in photography like his dad.”

“David and Victoria are immensely proud of all their children, and they never push them into anything even though the boys get lots of offers.”

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