Moving out from home to attend university is a pretty tumultuous time for any teenager and parent.
If it's not the empty room you leave behind, it's the comfort of a home-cooked meal, the occasional hug from a family member and, for parents, the security of knowing your child is home, safe, and cared for.
One person in particular who appears to be struggling with the forthcoming move-out date of her first born is Victoria Beckham, who's son Brooklyn is heading off to New York City to attend college next month.
'But it's really exciting. I kind of live in the moment. I don't think people in New York will annoy me, and I feel like when I go there, I'll meet lifelong friends. Stuff like that,' he added.
I'm nervous, and my mum's upset about me leaving
Two words Brooklyn: Beer pong.
Despite his mother's anguish at her eldest child moving out, the British-born star admits his parents have always been supportive of his photography endeavours.
'I do backstage photography at my mum's shows,' the teenager told the publication.
'And I mean, I love doing it—but my mum's like, "Go take pictures of the models!" and I'm a bit shy. So I kind of have to get the first two out of the way, and then I'm used to it,' he added, weeks after the release of his first photography book, What I See.
Brooklyn's comments comes days after David Beckham's Instagram posts which show him building Harper a Disney princess castle.
After pulling an all-nighter earlier this week to finish the project, David posted a snap of himself - topless - captioning the snap: '1am done... Someone's gonna have a nice surprise in the morning.'
This family is too cute right now.