It's not every day you meet a celebrity, so we can understand why you'd be excited if Brooklyn Beckham joined your school.
However, the son of Posh and Becks doesn't see it like that. After joining Parsons School of Design, he admits he's got a few fangirls and they're really ruddy annoying.
Speaking to The Cut, he said, "I like people from school but there are a few fangirls in the school … Sometimes, I have to be like, 'I’m going to be with you for like, four years, so chill. I mean, it’s gotten better. They understand and they respect it, but it’s just at the beginning, it’s such a shock to them, so it’s fine."
But even though they grind his gears, he doesn't want to hang out with the rich and famous either.
"I don’t hang out with all those famous, annoying people," he later added. Which is weird, because he's quite regularly seen hanging out at star-studded parties.
But he doesn't let it affect him, he says...
"A lot of young influencers feel pressure being in the public eye, but it is something I have grown up [with]," he explained. "I don't think being in the public eye has affected me too much. I'm just used to it. Obviously I have to be more aware as a teenager that someone may be capturing shots of me unaware."
Brooklyn is brushing up on his photography at Parsons, but he definitely doesn't need it.
As well as shooting a Burberry campaign and occasionally working for Vogue, he released his first book What I See this year. NBD!
This post was written by Daisy Jordan. It originally appeared on our sister site, Heat World.
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