Beckham Family Burst With Pride While Celebrating Brooklyn's Photography Book Launch

The Beckham family came out to support Brooklyn Beckham at his What I See book launch last night, and looked suitably adorable.

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If it's not David Beckham on the football field, or Victoria Beckham taking a bow at the end of a runway, you can bet that wherever a member of the Beckham clan is being lauded for their latest creative, sporting, or business endeavour, their brood isn't far away from the sidelines, cheering on their loved ones and giving them some much needed moral support.

And last night proved no exception at Brooklyn Beckham's private viewing for his first photography book What I See at Christie's in London.

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Celebrating the 18-year-old's photographic insight into the famous family, Burberry model Romeo – dressed in a sky-blue suit with a silk picket square and loafers – and budding singer Cruz – clad in navy jeans and a white shirt – stood alongside their big brother to pose for photos.

Meanwhile, Brooklyn's parents Victoria and David – who were spotted dancing along to Ed Sheeran at Glastonbury on Sunday evening – attended the exclusive event with their own parents, however their daughter Harper was nowhere to be seen.

So proud, amazing exhibition @brooklynbeckham thank you @christiesinc #whatiseebrooklynbeckham @poloralphlauren x VB

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Congratulating her first born's step into photography, Victoria shared a picture of herself with the artist, captioning the post: 'So proud of @brooklynbeckham X Thank u @christiesinc #whatisee X VB'

So proud of @brooklynbeckham X Thank u @christiesinc #whatisee X VB

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Also in attendance for the festivities were Anais Gallagher, Liv Tyler and magician Dynamo.

According to Amazon, What I See offers a series of snapshots from Brooklyn's life, with each chapter telling 'a different story through pictures by and of Brooklyn, accompanied by captions and passages of text in his own words'.

In an interview with the Telegraph magazine, Brooklyn – who has a tattoo of a camera on his right bicep – revealed how challenging it was to get the series of photos in the book approved by his parents.

'Most times, I'm secretive about taking them. If my mum sees me taking a picture, she kind of poses and stuff, and I don't really like that.

'[But] none of my photos are set; I like using natural light,' he added.

Brooklyn Beckham- a star on the rise.

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