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Brooklyn Beckham does work experience with Guy Ritchie

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Brooklyn Beckham has been doing work experience with Guy Ritchie.

The 15-year-old son of David and Victoria Beckham has made the most of his family's connections after spending four days at the filmmaker's office in London.

According to The Sun on Sunday newspaper, Brooklyn was dropped off each morning by the retired soccer star, who drove him to Guy's house in a brand new Jaguar.

After arriving at the 'Snatch' director's Grade I listed home, he was then walked to the office, where he was spent five hours before being picked up by a member of the Beckham's housekeeping staff.

It is said Brooklyn dressed casually, carrying a backpack, but did have notepad in hand.

His work experience comes after recent reports he had found a job in a coffee shop.

He had been doing weekend shifts at his local cafe, where he was apparently paid £2.68 an hour.

The Beckham children - who also include Romeo, 12, Cruz, nine, and two-year-old Harper - are being raised well by their superstar parents, and UK chat show host Jonathan Ross has claimed he doesn't feel sorry for them because they're being brought up the right way.

He previously said: "No, I don't, because Victoria and David are such cool people and such good parents.

"I met them out years ago with their kids and you couldn't have met a more polite, sweet-natured bunch of children."

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