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The Beckham family put on a proud show of support for Brooklyn as he launched his photography book, What I See, in London last night.

Parents Victoria and David posed with their eldest son at the exhibition held at British auction house Christie’s in South Kensington.

Fashion designer Victoria shared a picture of herself with her husband and son on Instagram, adding the caption: “So proud, amazing exhibition @brooklynbeckham thank you @christiesinc #whatiseebrooklynbeckham@poloralphlauren x VB”

She looked elegant in a cowl-necked playsuit from her own collection, while David looked smart in a grey Ralph Lauren suit and white shirt.

Brooklyn’s younger brothers Romeo and Cruz were also at the event, along with their grandparents Jackie and Anthony Adams.

Despite trying to obscure her face with a copy of Brooklyn’s book, Hollywood star Liv Tyler was spotted leaving the event with sports agent partner Dave Gardner, David’s best friend.

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What I See is comprised of 300 photographs taken by Brooklyn and, according to publisher Randon House, “offers his followers a rare glimpse at the world through his eyes”.

“Brooklyn Beckham’s images inspire a generation across the globe, and this book will give fans a broader insight into the world seen through his unique and creative perspective,” Francesca Dow, the managing director of Penguin Random House Children’s added.

Speaking to the Telegraph recently, Brooklyn revealed the book took a long time to get approval from his parents.

“Took b****y ages,” he admitted. “Most times I’m secretive about taking them. If my mum sees me taking a picture, she kind of poses and stuff, and I don’t really like that.”

Following criticism from some journalists and professional photographers, Random House defended the book, telling The Independent: “What I See is a book for teenagers, by a teenager, which gives Brooklyn’s fans broader insight into his world seen through his unique and creative perspective.

“Teenagers lives are filled with the visual image and we know Brooklyn’s photos resonate with his huge young following, who avidly follow his life through his photography.

“We are proud to bring these images together in a book for a young generation for the first time. At Penguin Random House we publish a wide range of voices for all kinds of readers.”

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