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Brooklyn Beckham pledges to help Grenfell Tower victims as he exhibits work from his photography book

By Vicki Newman, mirror.co.uk

26 days ago   Article ID# 4229822
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LONDON, U K (mirror.co.uk) - Brooklyn Beckham has announced that he'll donate some of the proceeds from his photography book to the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire.

The famous teenager is going to hand over the money he makes from his exhibition.

He discussed his decision during an appearance on Capital London Breakfast with Roman Kemp today.

Roman chatted to Brooklyn about his book, What I See, as the discussion moved to the tragic fire at Grenfell Tower that claimed at least 79 lives.

Roman said: "Obviously with the book, you’re pushing stuff towards Grenfell as well and doing that for charity. What was it that just made you wanna go ‘you know what, let’s do it that way’?"

Brooklyn replied: "Well, I kind of went down to help out the day after and it was just, like, it was crazy and so awesome to see everyone come together. I just really wanted to help out."

Brooklyn is going to be staging an exhibition on the back of his book, which gives an insight into his life as part of one of the world's most famous families.

The 18-year-old, who is the eldest child of David and Victoria Beckham, also chatted about his dream of photographing Liam Gallagher, and how much he'd love to document an Oasis reunion.

Roman asked: "If there’s anyone that you haven’t photographed yet, who’s the one that you’re like ‘I need to get them in the studio’?"

"I really want to photograph Liam Gallagher," Brooklyn said.

"I kind of really wanna do, like, a reunion of them both which would be awesome."

But with Liam and brother Noel famously locked in a feud, Roman joked: "Photoshop is a great thing, Brooklyn…"

Brooklyn said: "Photoshop is a great thing! That’s like my dream photo."

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Updated 26 days ago   Article ID# 4229822

   

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