Chloe Grace Moretz and Brooklyn Beckham confirm romance with sweet snaps
Actress Chloe Grace Moretz has finally gone public with her Brooklyn Beckham romance by sharing a sweet photo of the pair online.
The Kick-Ass star has been linked to the 17-year-old son of Victoria and David Beckham since the summer of 2014, but Chloe has always avoided addressing her love life in the press and on social media.
However, it appears the 19-year-old is starting to relax her self-imposed ban by posting a cosy picture of herself in the back of a car, with a male companion kissing her head.
The guy's head is turned away from the camera, but from the side profile, it's clear the boy in the caption-less black and white image is young Brooklyn. It is also the same snap the Brit posted on his Instagram account a week ago, alongside which he simply included a heart emoji.
Chloe's candid post on Friday (06May16) marks the first time she has publicly acknowledged the pair's relationship since rekindling the romance earlier this year (16).
In contrast, aspiring photographer Brooklyn hasn't been quite so secretive about the romance, as he also recently uploaded a shot of the couple taking a 'selfie' in what appeared to be a mirrored elevator.
And a few hours after his girlfriend decided to go public about their love affair online on Friday, Brooklyn shared a black and white snap of his own on Instagram, which featured Chloe sitting in front of a takeout meal for two in what appears to be a hotel hallway. Brooklyn wrote in the caption to the snap, "Late night take out with the bae", signing the sweet message off with a heart emoji.
Chloe has long maintained her desire to keep her personal life private, and in a new interview with Glamour magazine, she insists she doesn't feel the need to share intimate details with fans online "because it's no one's business".
"These moments are supposed to be so personal and special - you're building a foundation with someone or just having fun and going on a date," she explained. "No one needs to know about that, and I hate to see that stuff broadcast on TV."
- Cover Media