Brooklyn Beckham is torn between following in mother Victoria's footsteps and pursuing a career in music, or becoming a footballer like dad David.
Brooklyn Beckham is torn between music and football.
With a former Spice Girl for a mother and a footballer for a father, Victoria and David's 13-year-old son can't decide what to be when he grows up.
The Wanted's Jay McGuiness said: ''He told us he likes music as well as football but he doesn't really know which way to go.''
But in the meantime, Jay's band mate Tom Parker has been teaching the eldest of the Beckham boys how to play Oasis tracks on his guitar.
Jay told The Sun newspaper: ''Tom taught Brooklyn how to play 'Wonderwall', which was a beautiful moment.
''He'd only just starting learning how to play three weeks before and is well into his rock music.''
Brooklyn is already a member of a local football team in Los Angeles, although Jay says there is a place for him with the band any time he wants it.
He said: ''I'd be more than happy to get him riffing on a guitar at one of our next shows.''
However, he doesn't think the band has the right kind of image to wear Brooklyn's mum Victoria's fashion designs.
Jay added: ''She is a bit too high-class for us. We're quite grotty in comparison to her.''
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