Brooklyn Beckham: London is my home
Brooklyn Beckham considers London to be his "home'.
The 17-year-old star has split his time across various cities throughout the world, as he travelled with his globe-trotting family - but he still considers the UK capital city to be his true home.
Brooklyn - who has also lived in Madrid and Los Angeles, where his girlfriend Chloe Grace Moretz currently lives - shared: "It's really hard for me to think of which city I prefer, it's 50/50 because my girlfriend is in LA and all my friends I met at school, but London is my home, it's where I grew up."
Meanwhile, the teenager, who at one stage looked set to follow his dad David into the world of professional soccer, credited his parents for instilling good values in him.
He told L'Uomo Vogue magazine: "My parents taught me to treat people how you want to be treated, and you know, never give up, have a good work ethic and always be humble.
"When I played football there was a lot of people watching me and my every move, even if I made one mistake, I had to work harder than every single person and prove myself even more."
Meanwhile, Brooklyn's father David recently said he is very proud of his charity work and believes his family to be so, too.
The 41-year-old retired sportsman launched 7: The David Beckham UNICEF Fund in 2015 and recently spoke about his "inspiring time" when he travelled to Swaziland, Africa, to see the effect of his charity work on children living with HIV/AIDS.
Of his family's support, David said: "They understand and respect it. I'm proud to tell them what I'm doing, and I think it makes them proud as well."