Victoria Beckham would love to be ‘a young gran’ as sons start to settle down

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Posh and Becks' eldest sons Brooklyn Beckham and Romeo Beckham seem more loved-up than ever.

But rather than dreading becoming a granny, a source has told new! magazine that Victoria Beckham, who shared a rare snap with her dad Tony, is happy at the thought that she might become a grandmother soon.

“Brooklyn and Romeo are both settling down and babies aren’t likely to be a million miles off,” our source explained.

“Particularly as Brooklyn is getting married soon, so babies are the natural next step.

"Victoria would love to be a young gran and wouldn’t she be the most glamorous granny we’ve ever seen!”

Our source added, “Both Victoria and David are very family orientated and really love children, so she’d relish the opportunity to be a hands-on gran.”

The comments come as Victoria’s oldest sons, Brooklyn, 22, and Romeo, 18, seem increasingly besotted with their respective girlfriends.

Brooklyn is in the middle of wedding planning with fiancée Nicola Peltz, 26, and has recently said he aspires to be an “amazing dad and husband”.

Meanwhile, Romeo recently celebrated his two-year anniversary with 17-year-old girlfriend Mia Regan, and declared his love for her on social media.

“2 YEARSSSS DAMMNNNN !!!! I love you so much,” Romeo wrote alongside a photo of the pair cuddling.


And according to our source, Mia and Nicola have Victoria’s seal of approval too.

“Victoria adores Nicola and Mia and can see how happy both her sons are.

"She loves spending time with them as a family and thinks it brings her and David closer together.”

Despite having a busy work life, Victoria, 47, who is also mum to Cruz, 16, and Harper, nine, would also relish the chance to get involved with babysitting.

“Victoria and David both have extremely busy careers but nothing would get in the way of them being involved with their future grandkids,” our source added.

“They adore children and they’d want to be really hands-on.”

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