David and Victoria Beckham are super proud parents.
On Tuesday night, the stylish couple attended their oldest son Brooklyn's exhibit in support of his first photography book, What I See, at Christie's auction house in London, England. Brooklyn's 14-year-old brother, Romeo, was also at the event and, per usual, the famous family was dressed to the nines.
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David, Victoria and Romeo all wore suits of sorts -- David in gray, Victoria in navy blue and Romeo in light blue -- while the man of the hour dressed the part of a trendy photographer, stepping out in a white Ralph Lauren T-shirt, rolled-up black trousers and black boots.
"So proud, amazing exhibition @brooklynbeckham thank you @christiesinc #whatiseebrooklynbeckham @poloralphlauren," Victoria captioned a photo of herself and David posing with their 18-year-old son.
Romeo also posted a family photo, writing: "Well done @brooklynbeckham I am so proud of you #christies #whatisee"
Happy to have his family's support, Brooklyn Instagrammed: "Thank you so much!"
What I See is already receiving some positive reviews ahead of its release on Thursday. GQ U.K.calls it "an intriguing insight into one of the most famous families in the world," noting that the book includes images of Brooklyn's "pretty photogenic" father, his 5-year-old sister, Harper, salmon fishing and his mom wearing a Posh Spice mask.
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Brooklyn is also donating proceeds from the book’s exhibit to children affected by the recent Grenfell Tower fire.
ET has spoken with David in the past about how he and Victoria choose to parent their four children. “Obviously Brooklyn is definitely at that age,” the former soccer pro said of his son in a January 2016 interview. “We're strong parents, and strict parents, but we're like most parents. We love our kids and we want the best for them, so we’ll see.”
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