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VB 'on hand to help Brooklyn's career'

Published 26/04/2015

Victoria Beckham
Victoria Beckham

Victoria Beckham is apparently eager to help son Brooklyn "network".

The 16-year-old had all eyes on him at a Burberry fashion event in Los Angeles earlier this month, where he posed with the likes of Sir Elton John, Cara Delevingne and James Corden.

Victoria was on hand to take all the snaps, and apparently gave her eldest son some tips before the event.

"Victoria orchestrated the entire night to ensure Brooklyn was in the spotlight. She gave him styling advice before the event and a lesson on working the room," an insider told British magazine Closer. "She had him on her arm and introduced him to everyone."

Victoria and her husband David are also parents to sons Romeo, Cruz and little girl Harper.

Their eldest did work experience with renowned director Guy Ritchie last year and is thought to be paving his own way in the world of showbiz.

While the fashion designer is happy to let her offspring decide his own future, that apparently isn't stopping her from trying to help.

"Victoria is happy for Brooklyn to be in the limelight if that's what he wants and will help him meet the right people," the insider added, continuing to open up about his first attendance at Coachella Festival recently.

"Victoria advised Brooklyn to 'network' in the VIP areas as a condition of him going. She suggested meeting up with Kendall Jenner and the 'cool' clique. Victoria was checking up on Brooklyn all weekend and, when he got home, she was asking him about who he'd met and if he needed her to help meet up with anyone again!"

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