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David Beckham kids named most stylish celebrity children in the world

Published 09/04/2014

Brooklyn Beckham appears in the spring/summer 2014 issue of Man About Town (Man About Town/PA)
Brooklyn Beckham appears in the spring/summer 2014 issue of Man About Town (Man About Town/PA)
David Beckham and his sons Romeo Beckham and Brooklyn Beckham watch the action during the Barclays Premier League match between West Ham United and Manchester United at Boleyn Ground on March 22, 2014 in London, England. (Photo by Paul Gilham/Getty Images)
Brooklyn and Victoria Beckham

Their mum is one of the most stylish women on the planet and it seems the Beckham brood are following firmly in their mother’s footsteps, according to a new poll which has seen three of the four Beckham children top the list of the most fashionable celebrity children in the world.

In the week that Brooklyn Beckham has made his modelling debut, the eldest of the Beckham brood has joined his siblings Harper and Romeo at the top of the list, followed by Suri Cruise, Willow Smith and the fourth of the Beckham’s; Cruz in sixth. Ava Klass, Maddox Jolie Pitt, Blue Ivy Carter and Shiloh Jolie Pitt rounded out the top ten.

The survey of mums by Start-rite shoes saw nine named as the average age when children really start to show their fashion independence but with kids starting to help mum pick out their clothes in the morning from as young as 3 or 4, it seems it’s not just celeb kids who know a thing or two about what’s hot and what’s not.

A third of mums say their children really like shopping so they can pick out their own clothes and outfits, a fifth say they have daily battles with their children who often want to wear something different than what they’ve picked out for them, while one in seven say their kids always keep an eye on the latest fashions.

One in ten say their children want to wear fancy dress most days of the week, which can be a challenge on a school day!

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