Victoria Beckham Wants Son Romeo, His Girlfriend Mia To Be The New Face Of Her Fashion Label? Here’s The Truth
Victoria Beckham is allegedly grooming her son, Romeo Beckham to become the new face of her fashion label.
Heat UK, in its Jan. 30 issue, claimed that Victoria also has her eyes set on grooming Romeo’s girlfriend, Mia. As such, it is the doting mom’s wish that the young couple would one day end up at the altar.
A source claimed that Victoria decided to shift her focus to Romeo and Mia after finally deciding to cut ties with her eldest son, Brooklyn Beckham, and his wife, Nicola Peltz.
“Vic now sees that Brooklyn and Nicola were a bit of a disaster for the brand Beckham, and the opposite of everything she and David hoped for. As much as she adores Brookly, he’s very flighty and has never really worked for anything – and don’t even get her started on Nicola,” the source said.
The source said that even though Brooklyn has connections because of his parents, his career still doesn’t have a direction. In fact, the only thing that he has been doing these days is cooking on social media.
On the other hand, Romeo and Mia are working so hard to build a life for themselves even though they are both very young.
“Mia works so hard and never asks for a single favor. She’s now done this collaboration with Vic on her denim line, and Victoria was really impressed and also flattered that Mia wanted to learn from her,” the source said.
However, one should take the tabloid’s claims with a grain of salt. It’s not true that Victoria is grooming Romeo and Mia to be the next face of her fashion label. After all, the couple is still very young to be groomed.
It is true though that Romeo and Mia have been nothing but supportive of Victoria’s brand.
Unfortunately, the tabloid’s attacks on Brooklyn and Peltz are unwarranted. After all, it's not true that the former doesn’t have a direction in life. And it’s not also true that Victoria wants nothing to do with her eldest son and his wife.
All these claims were made up by the tabloid to make it seem as though there are tensions between Victoria and her sons even when there is none.