Chloë Moretz Hints At Reunion With Brooklyn Beckham With Sneaky Instagram Comment

The 20-year-old has hinted at a reconciliation with Brooklyn Beckham and we're giddy with excitement.

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Last year, it's safe to say we were all heartbroken to learn that Brooklyn Beckham and his Kick Ass girlfriend Chloë Grace Moretz had called time on their year-long relationship.

Especially given the fact the pair shared adorable snaps of each other to Instagram, and the budding photographer had surprised his then-girlfriend ahead of her speech at the Democratic National Convention.

In recent months, Brooklyn was rumoured to be starting up a romance with Justin Bieber's protégé, American singer Madison Beer after the pair were spotted on numerous dates during the summer while he was staying in Los Angeles with his family.

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However, with recent claims the star has reunited with Moretz - following a a monochrome-filtered image on Instagram in March of a blonde-haired woman, presumed to be Moretz - we have a sneaking suspicion the actress may have just confirmed the pair are officially 'back on'.

Can't wait till may 📕

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On Thursday, the 18-year-old son of David and Victoria Beckham posted a photograph of himself in a white T-shirt and jeans to Instagram, weeks after starting at college and rocking a new, grungier look.

In the comments section of the snap, Moretz posted a simple yet telling heart emoji.

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The declaration of love sent Beckham's fans into meltdown, with several followers comments on the post.

One fan wrote: 'Please tell me you guys are back'. Another added: 'Back together and that's her in the shadow!'.

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Now, we can't confirm that one of the shadows in the picture is Chloë, but from the looks of things, the pair are most certainly back on.

Beckham recently came under fire after modelling for renowned photographer Damon Baker with pictures that show the star wielding a gun.

His fans questioned why the teen would pose with a weapon, with one fan writing: 'Can't approve of the gun ones. Never necessary.'

Hi my name is Damon and I would like to comment on the recent controversy surrounding my pictures with Brooklyn Beckham. I decided to shoot Brooklyn in a black and white portrait series, in a few of the shots he is photographed with a prop gun. I feel that this creative moment was unfairly seized and exploited to fit the narrative of “Brooklyn Beckham promotes gun violence.” It is a sad but true fact of the current world we live in that guns are everywhere. They are in every other Hollywood film, they are on the streets, they are on the fields of the endless wars that our governments have launched. I come from a poor section of Birmingham, England. Where inequality and unemployment are the highest in the country. In these desperate conditions people often turn to crime, guns play a big part here. I’ve seen it first hand. I feel that it is the role of art to expose truths about the times we are living in. In these particular pictures I saw Brooklyn as a subject, a model. A blank canvas. For me he played a role the same way that a famous actor/actress would play in a gun packed action film or more preferably if they played a role in a film exposing the honest reality of gun violence. When I look at our work I don’t feel that it in any way promotes gun violence as much as it exposes the gun as a tool used to control the masses and uphold a system of oppression. That’s why I directed him to point it right at the camera. You may feel triggered, you may even walk away with a different interpretation, but that’s art. If it doesn’t move you, if it doesn’t wake you up, what’s the point? In many ways we are living in dark times, where freedoms and livelihoods are being stripped from the people pretty much at gunpoint. I don’t think it is the job of my generation to sugar coat reality.

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Another added: 'Depicting a kid who has been brought up with such privilege, who couldn't possibly have first hand experience of the consequences that this type of 'cool' gang image can have on vulnerable children following him?'

Still, his relationships looks like it's in a good place.

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