Chloe Grace Moretz and Brooklyn Beckham make red carpet debut
Brooklyn Beckham surprised girlfriend Chloe Grace Moretz by flying in for the Hollywood premiere of her new movie.
The 17-year-old son of Victoria and David Beckham and 19-year-old Chloe confirmed their relationship earlier this month (May16). And on Monday night (16May16), the pair made their red carpet debut at the premiere of her film Bad Neighbours 2.
Chloe looked stunning in a lacy black Alexander McQueen dress while Brooklyn opted for a pair of dark skinny jeans with a black jacket, white shirt and black tie. The couple looked very much in love as they posed for photographers, but Chloe admitted she's bored of the attention her romance is getting.
"Now, it's out. It's done," she told E! News. "Get over it. It's real. We're together and that's it!"
Chloe also revealed that Brooklyn's appearance at the premiere was something of a surprise, as he had just flown in from London, England. But she was more than happy to see her beau, who earned points with his romantic gesture.
"He's very sweet," Chloe smiled. "He's a very very genuine man. He's a gentle man."
Chloe has also proved a hit with Brooklyn's parents, and has a shared interest in fashion with his designer mother Victoria. Of their conversations, Chloe said: "She's a sweetie. I love everything she does. We definitely give each other compliments, that's for sure."
Chloe is the youngest child in her family and has four older brothers - Trevor, Colin, Ethan and Brandon. She admitted in a recent interview that her siblings were "super protective" on first meeting Brooklyn, but she appreciates their concern.
"They are, they're super protective but I kind of like it," she told U.S. late night TV host James Corden. "You know kind of like when a guy shows up at the door and then I have like four very macho men be like, 'Hey, what are you doing?' They're pretty like, 'Don't mess with my sister'."
Now though she says that Brooklyn is so friendly with the Moretz boys he often cuts her out of conversations by texting them behind her back.
"Now they just correspond secretively, like we were all at dinner the other night and I caught my boyfriend texting my brother and I was like, 'What are you doing here, why are you guys corresponding?'" she said, adding, "No, they like him, so they're nice to him. Now."
- Cover Media