When your mum's signature pout is enough to earn her the title of Posh and your dad's undie poses are up there with his insane football ability, you're likely to be a dab-hand at modelling.
15-year-old Brooklyn Beckham, the eldest son of Victoria and David, has proved just how true that is.
The teenager has made his modelling debut on the cover of Man About Town, a biannual publication "targeted at high-end business-engaged and culturally-orientated male urbanities" in which his dad has previously appeared.
Accompanied by the word 'Quiche', a reference to Chris Lilley's Australian TV show Ja'Mie in which the word "means 'hot' but is a step above hot" Brooklyn works a moody frown on the cover.
He certainly looks the spitting image of his father at a similar age, that's for sure.
The magazine's 20-page fashion story celebrates teenage style and features Brooklyn decked out in high-profile designer duds including pieces by Ralph Lauren and Saint Laurent.
Check out the full Brooklyn Beckham spread here.
"We could not have wished for a stronger subject than Brooklyn to bring this story to life," said the publication's editor, Ben Reardon.
"He was a diligent, relaxed cover star for his first ever fashion shoot."
And it seems he's not just inherited his dad's looks and amiable manner but also his mum's "keen eye in the styling process."
"It is clear that he is becoming a credit to the family name, not only possibly the most famous in the world but one with a wealth of heavyweight fashion influence behind it," adds Reardon.
Brooklyn follows in the footsteps of his younger brother Romeo, 11, who had a starring role in a Burberry campaign in December 2012.
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