This is a BIG deal.
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In a recent interview, the powerhouse couple's eldest son Brooklyn Beckham revealed that despite his 'rents strict ways, he still thinks they're "pretty cool." Aww!
"They're both strict, but about different things."
The up-and-comer confessed that his mom is particularly critical when it comes to playing soccer (AKA football) in the house. LOLz! How can he help it when the soccer superstar is his dad??
Although, it seems the fashionable parents are relatively laid back when it comes to curfew.
"My parents are really cool and I never get in that late anyway."
That's so precious. The Beckhams must feel so #blessed to have such a well-behaved son.
Though their hawk-eye rearing skills probably have something to do with. Posh Spice recently shared with Good Morning America that it is very important to her and her husband that their children have good manners.
"We've always been strict with the children. They have great manners - they always say 'please' and 'thank you' and I think that's important. They're still fun and they still run around the house and they're still crazy and they're dancing and they're kicking footballs around, which I don't allow them to do. That seems to be the one area I can't discipline them, they will not stop playing football in the house."
HA! Looks like there is two sides to every story.
Nonetheless, David and Vicky keep their little ones in line by monitoring everything they do — even their social media presence. Brooklyn may have 4.4 million followers on Instagram but his dad oversees everything he publishes. Whoa!
Still, even with the enforced rules, the 16-year-old is a typical happy-go lucky teenager who's looking to the future.
"I love football, but I'm also very passionate about photography and film. I'm keeping my options open right now."
We can only imagine your Pops has mixed feelings about this revelation. HA!
Some might be critical of the duo's parenting style but we think they're killing it. Keep up the good work you two!
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