Brooklyn Beckham looks awkward as he works on photoshoot for America’s Next Top Model with Heidi Klum

BROOKLYN Beckham looked awkward as he worked on a photoshoot for America’s Next Top Model with Heidi Klum.

The 20-year-old star has been steadily building a photography career for himself over the years, and his latest coup is arguably the most impressive yet.

Brooklyn lingered back during the shoot

Brooklyn joined the 46-year-old supermodel as well as a full crew on Malibu beach, assisting with the beauty’s shoot.

Dressed in a simple black T-Shirt and shorts that showed off several of his multiple tattoos, Brooklyn appeared to be slightly out of his comfort zone.

The aspiring photographer kept his distance from the rest of the group, and at times appeared uncomfortable as he crossed his arms across his chest – no doubt intimidated by the professionals.

During the shoot, Heidi posed in more than one outfit – including an extravagant sheer black gown with floating sleeves and a bright pink waist band.

The young star appeared to be overwhelmed by the huge production
Heidi changed into different eye-catching outfits

Another costume saw Heidi put on an elaborate rose hat with glitter trousers and a plunging bedazzled bodice.

It has been reported that the photoshoot is part of the upcoming series of America’s Next Top Model, which is hosted by Tyra Banks.

Heidi hosts Germany’s version of the hit reality show.

Last year, it was said that Brooklyn quit his prestigious course at Parsons School of Design in New York because he felt homesick.

Brooklyn has been working for a career in photography for years
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He then landed an internship with a “prestigious photographer” in the UK, allowing him to stay close to home.

In his bid to carve a photography career for himself, Brookyln has shot campaigns for Burberry as well as covers for magazines Wonderland and 1883.

In 2017, Brooklyn published a book of his photography, which received a mixed review from critics at the time.

The eldest of the Beckham children then defended himself against backlash as he insisted that he didn’t consider himself a professional, and the book was simply to show off snaps that he’d taken so far for fun.



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