Victoria Beckham has approved of her son Brooklyn's new girlfriend Lexy Panterra.
Victoria Beckham likes her son Brooklyn's new girlfriend's music.
The 19-year-old aspiring photographer hasn't been dating Lexy Panterra all that long but he's already proven he's smitten with her as he couldn't wait to play his mother some of her tracks - and it seems the former Spice Girls singer is equally impressed.
A source told the New York Post newspaper's Page Six column: ''Brooklyn has even played Lexy's upcoming music to his mother, who actually liked it.''
Brooklyn is currently in New York studying for his photography qualification at Parsons School of Design but spends the holidays in London with his mother and his siblings; Romeo, 15, Cruz, 13, and Harper, six.
And, while he was in the English capital over the Memorial Day weekend last month, he invited Lexy to join him and explore the city with him in the sunshine.
The couple were reportedly ''inseparable'' during their time together and are ''really are attracted to one another and admire each other's work.''
However, Brooklyn's obsession with Lexy will no doubt strike a cord with his ex-girlfriend Chloe Grace Moretz - whom he's dated on and off for three years - as she had previously said that she thought they were the one for each other.
The 21-year-old actress - who split with Brooklyn earlier this year - explained: ''I think we chose each other. It's been years now off and on and it's just one of those things, you come back and it's like no time spent away from each other at all.
''I think that's the most important thing and you're lives are an open book. We like to have our own little private world and I think that's important for both of us.''
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