Brooklyn Beckham now has a set of his very own A-lister friends – the son of Victoria and David Beckham was seen enjoying a day out skateboarding with actress Chloe Grace Moretz along Santa Monica beach in California on Friday.
Like his handsome dad, the 15-year-old looked cool and casual for his day out in the sun, wearing a pair of black jeans, a plain white T-shirt and grey pumps. A pair of sunglasses shielded his eyes from the sunshine as he skateboarded along the famous beach.
Chloe, who began her acting career at the age of seven and recently starred alongside the likes of Kristen Stewart and Juliette Binoche in her most recent film, Clouds of Sils Maria, was also kitted out in casual attire.
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The 17-year-old wore a black T-shirt emblazoned with the word 'Paris', a pair of dark blue ripped jeans and a khaki green jacket that she wore tied around her waist.
A small Chanel bag and a pair of round sunglasses kept her looking trendy as she jumped on and off her skateboard, even losing her straw hat in the process.
Chloe, who rose to fame after appearing as vigilante superhero Hit-Girl in Kick Ass and now boasts no fewer than 49 film credits to her name, clearly enjoyed some downtime after recently returning from Cannes Film Festival.
She will next be seen in young adult adaptation If I Stay, based on the best-selling novel by Gayle Forman. In the film, Chloe plays a 17-year-old girl who, after a car accident, is caught between life and death with only one decision left, which will not only decide her future but her ultimate fate.
If I Stay is out in the UK on August 29th
Meanwhile, Brooklyn enjoyed some time off work himself. Just a few weeks ago, it was reported that the teenager had begun working in a London café. According to The Sun, he has already completed several shifts at the cafe, serving tea and coffee to tourists in the capital.
A source told the newspaper that Brooklyn has been encouraged to get a part-time job by his parents, David and Victoria, who are keen for their children to learn the value of money.