Victoria Beckham was a proud mother as she congratulated her son Brooklyn Beckham for landing the cover of Vogue Hong Kong with one of his mirror selfies.
Brooklyn took a short video which was turned black-and-white still for the digital cover of the fashion magazine.
Mum-of-four Victoria was excited as she shared the cover to her Instagram Stories.
“Congratulations @brooklynbeckham on landing you #VogueManHongKong digital cover!” she captioned the post.
In the selfie clip, Brooklyn looked down at the camera screen before slowly looking back up at the mirror.
Oh to have a mirror selfie taken at a pub bathroom become a cover of a magazine.
Vogue Hong Kong first shared the digital cover on their page.
They captioned the video: “#BrooklynBeckham is #VogueManHongKong’s first ever digital cover star! The 22-year-old has been in the public eye since birth – but what do you not know about #Brooklyn?
“The aspiring photographer shares what inspires and influences his work in an exclusive interview with #VogueManHongKong, out now on #VogueHongKong .”
Brooklyn has been an aspiring photographer for quite some time, with the star announcing that he would pursue a photography degree and Parsons School of Design in 2017.
However, he decided a year later to go back home to the UK for a photography internship.
In 2019, he interned for photographer Rankin.
Brooklyn also released a photography book called What I See, which was published in June 2017.
Despite negative reactions online to his photography, the star continued with his passion.
In April, it was revealed that David Beckham’s son was the photographer behind Nicola Peltz’s editorial spread featured for the April issue of Vogue Germany.
In the multiple photos, Brooklyn’s fiancée was modelling many outfits by Victoria’s Spring/Summer 2021 collection.
Peltz, 26, posted a variety of photos taken for the issue in which she is seen modelling pieces by Brooklyn’s famous mom, Victoria Beckham’s Spring/Summer 2021 collection.
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