David Gandy has praised 10-year-old Burberry face Romeo Beckham as a ''natural'' model and insisted the youngster is old enough to work on a high profile campaign.
David Gandy has praised Romeo Beckham as a ''natural'' model.
The 32-year-old Dolce & Gabbana model believes the 10-year-old son of David and Victoria Beckham did a great job in his first fashion campaign, fronting Burberry's spring/summer 2013 advertising alongside Cara Delevigne and Edie Campbell and thinks the youngster probably had a great time on the shoot.
David said: ''Romeo looks like a natural to me and does a wonderful job for a great British brand.
''He looks as though he really enjoyed himself and had fun.''
David also dismissed speculation that Romeo is too young for such a high-profile job.
He told the Mail on Sunday newspaper: ''It would be very hard to set an age limit for models when most brands have a children's line.''
Burberry's chief creative officer Christopher Bailey recently praised Romeo as a ''joy to work with''.
He added: ''This season's campaign lights up with the infectious energy of an amazing young cast of old and new Burberry family. We had such fun shooting the campaign and I think that comes through in the images, which really reflect the upbeat spirit of the collection.''