It has been said in the past that Brooklyn Beckham is a dead ringer for his celebrity mum Victoria.
The 22-year-old certainly proved to be Posh Spice's doppelgänger after he superimposed his own face onto his mum's body.
Brooklyn had selected the iconic Spice Girl video Say You'll Be There which just happens to be the music video that first caught his dad David's attention.
In the segment, Victoria can be seen wearing a rather proactive latex catsuit with cut-out detailing – it really is no wonder that the former England star had been drawn to Victoria.
Making the 1996 clip his own, Brooklyn seemingly used a face swap app to not only morph into his mum, but her former bandmates too.
The budding photographer hilariously transformed into Victoria, Mel B, Mel C, Emma Bunton and Geri Halliwell as he lip-synced the words.
To ensure that his fashionista mum was part of the joke, he tagged her in the post.
Meanwhile, Brooklyn is soon to become the husband of actress Nicola Peltz who accepted his marriage proposal in July of last year.
At the time, Brooklyn took to Instagram to confirm the news, sharing a loved up snap along with a caption that read: "Two weeks ago I asked my soul mate to marry me and she said yes. I am the luckiest man in the world.
"I promise to be the best husband and daddy one day. I love you baby."
It has already been speculated that Victoria and David's close friend Gordon Ramsay will be responsible for the menu and catering of the grand day.
While Brooklyn's mum and dad have already got to work on the celebrity-fuelled guest list with Sir Elton John, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle all expected to receive formal invites.
Although there has been much hype about the big day, it appears the love birds will have to postpone their marriage plans until large gatherings have received official government approval, due to the ongoing pandemic.
It is believed that the young couple do not want to reduce numbers so will have no choice but to delay their big day to 2022.
An insider revealed to The Mirror: "They originally told close friends to save a date in September 2021.
"This week, Brooklyn told his mates they've decided to postpone as it's too risky. And they don't want the pressure of having to plan and postpone again, and don't want limits on guest numbers."
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