Cruz's siblings, Brooklyn, 17, Romeo, 14, and Harper, 5 -- and even dad David -- are featured in the new festive video, but Victoria is nowhere to be found.
Despite Victoria's absence, the music video for "If Everyday Was Christmas" is nothing but fun, as Cruz gets sprinkled by snow, glitter bombed with Christmas colors, and even shows off his skateboarding skills around London.
All proceeds from the sale of Cruz's song will go to Global's Make Some Noise Foundation, an organization that helps young people living with illnesses or disabilities -- and David and Victoria couldn't be more proud.
"So proud of my little man @cruzbeckham for helping support @globals_make_some_noise with his Christmas song by @jessejjenkins!," David wrote on Instagram.
"Thank you @jessejjenkins We are all so proud of @cruzbeckham and his support of @globals_make_some_noise#ifeverydaywaschristmas X VB," Victoria captioned a snap of Cruz's video on her Instagram account.
ET caught up with Cruz's manager, Scoot Braun, last week, who had nothing but good things to say about his newest act.
"I've known him and his parents for a while," the 35-year-old manager revealed. "I saw him sing and David and I had a conversation and then decided, let him have some fun. And then he made a Christmas single, and he actually came to us and said 'Hey, I want to do this for charity and help other kids.'"
"When they told me the idea, I said I'd be more than happy to help you," he added. "All the money goes to charity to help underprivileged kids in the U.K., and I hope, as an 11-year-old, he inspires more kids to give back."