Cruz Beck­ham spent Thurs­day in Lon­don shoot­ing his de­but mu­sic video

Kuwait Times - - LIFESTYLE -

The 11-year-old wannabe pop star - the son of David and Vic­to­ria Beck­ham - sur­prised the world this week when he un­ex­pect­edly dropped his first ever sin­gle, fes­tive tune 'If Ev­ery Day Was Christ­mas' which has been re­leased to raise money for Global's Make Some Noise, a char­ity which aims to help dis­ad­van­taged young­sters across the UK. The re­ac­tion to the Yule Tide song has been mainly pos­i­tive and now Cruz has got his el­der sib­lings, pho­tog­ra­pher as­pir­ing pho­tog­ra­pher Brook­lyn, 17, and Burberry model Romeo, 14, to help him make a promo for the track. The trio were shoot­ing the video in the UK cap­i­tal for most of Thurs­day and Cruz shared up­dates of the film­ing ses­sion on his In­sta­gram ac­count - which is run by his man­age­ment com­pany Scooter Braun Projects. One post showed Brook­lyn stand­ing on Al­bert Bridge in Chelsea along with the caption: "So much fun film­ing my Christ­mas video with my broth­ers in Lon­don." There was also a short video up­loaded show­ing Brook­lyn and Romeo ready to start film­ing a scene when Cruz sneaked up be­hind them and tipped a jar of candy over their heads. The ac­com­pa­ny­ing post read: "Shoot­ing my Christ­mas video with @brook­lyn­beck­ham in Lon­don! (sic)" There was no sign of the boys' younger sis­ter Harper, five, in any of the posts or the kids' par­ents David, 41, and Vic­to­ria, 42. Mean­while, pop star Olly Murs has thrown his sup­port be­hind Cruz's sin­gle. The 'Grow Up' hit­maker likes the song and can see a glit­ter­ing ca­reer ahead for the young­ster un­der the tute­lage of his fa­mous par­ents. Ap­pear­ing on UK TV show 'This Morn­ing', Olly, 32, said: "I love the Beck­hams and it's Christ­mas! I saw Cruz at the Jin­gle Bell Ball at the week­end and he's such a great kid. He loves singing, and it's Christ­mas and it's all for char­ity. If you've got par­ents like David and Vic­to­ria, they'll look af­ter him. He'll be ab­so­lutely fine."

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