When you start with a soccer superstar dad and a multi-talented powerhouse mom, you’re bound to end up with a seriously impressive clan. But Victoria and David Beckham’s four kids are defying even the loftiest of expectations.
We’re breaking down each of the youngsters’ early achievements, from artsy endeavors to athletic expertise.
The eldest Beckham child, 17, has already scored several prestigious modeling gigs and is earning recognition as a skilled young photographer.
The teen made his modeling debut in 2014 with a Man About Town cover. Since then, Beckham’s been padding his résumé with increasingly enviable work with the New York Times‘ style magazine, Vogue China and L’Uomo Vogue, just to name a few.
Now, the teen is getting even more serious about his behind-the-camera career. He’ll release a photography book entitled What I See in May 2017. “I studied photography in high school and straight away I knew it was something I was interested in,” Brooklyn told L’Uomo Vogue. “When I left school I started shooting in my spare time and really enjoyed it.”
Evidence of Brooklyn’s photography skills can often be found on Instagram, along with glimpses of his other abilities like skateboarding and even water sports.
At 14, Romeo seems to be taking after both his mother and father with interests in the fashion and sports worlds.
In 2014, he showed-off his modeling prowess (and some dance moves!) in a short film by Burberry.
The brand ambassador collaborated with Burberry again for its 2015 Billy Elliot-inspired film, which also featured A-listers like Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Naomi Campbell and Elton John.
When he isn’t dazzling the cameras, the Beckham heir is honing his game at an admirable array of sports including ice skating, tennis and basketball. Romeo even ran the 2015 Mini London Marathon in support of Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS and the “7” fund.
Cruz, 11, might just be a Justin Bieber in the making. In April, his rendition of the Pitch Perfect “cup song” brought the cute to his dad’s Instagram.
The youngest brother hit the studio in November to record a cover of Bieber and Cody Simpson’s “Home to Mama,” which can be squealed over at SoundCloud. And just in time for the holidays, Cruz released his single “If Everyday Was Christmas,” the proceeds of which benefit the Global Make Some Noise charity.
She may only be 5, but the youngest Beckham is already showing signs that she inherited the family knack for being good at basically everything.
And, since stickers don’t lie, we know she’s a great reader.
With three exceptional brothers and legendary parents to look up to, we’ll surely see even more striking surprises from the little one as she grows older, whether she decides to spend her time on the runway, the field, the recording studio or somewhere entirely new.