Cruz Beckham spent Thursday in London shooting his debut music video
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."