David Beckham looks peak 90s in throwback for son Brooklyn's birthday

Victoria Beckham shared a brilliant throwback photo of his son Brooklyn in to mark his 21st birthday.

The fashion designer and husband David Beckham were of course the UK’s first royal couple (don’t argue on this), and welcomed Brooklyn in 1999.

Now their eldest son has turned 21, Victoria took it all the way back to when he was a baby in a sweet snap of her husband cradling little Brooklyn with one arm.

The 44-year-old had his blonde trademark ‘curtains’ hairstyle in the photo, and wore a white vest as he smiled at the camera holding his baby boy.

Victoria said: ’21 years ago today the most beautiful soul came into the world and changed our lives forever.

‘Sensitive, sweet, kind and funny, you are our everything. I love you so much.’

The former footballer shared his own loving message to Brooklyn on Instagram, writing: ‘Happy 21st to my big boy ♥️ what more can I say about you other than you have grown into the most beautiful human being and that makes dad so proud.

‘You are kind , passionate and caring and as a father that’s what you want to see in your son… We have had so many great moments as a father and son together like lifting trophies in all the places that I won them and for me that was always my dream…

‘I love you bust have the most amazing day because u deserve it (sic).’

He accompanied the post with an old picture of Brooklyn as a child after a swim, wearing a white swimming cap and a big smile on his face.

Victoria and David – aka Posh and Becks – are reportedly set to spend £100,000 on a lavish party for their boy.

Celebrity guests are rumoured to include Emma Bunton, Niall Horan, Cara Delevingne, Guy and Rocco Ritchie and Elton John.

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‘A lot of thought and effort has gone into Brooklyn’s big day, and he is really excited,’ sources told The Sun.

‘It’ll be wall to wall celebrities, and a lot more extravagant than the hiring out of the local town hall.’

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