Brooklyn Beckham made his modeling debut last year, but it turns out the famous teen still finds time for a less-glamorous gig.
When Victoria Beckham visited "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" Friday, she mentioned that her oldest son also works as a busboy in a cafe.
"He's a good boy," the former Spice Girl said about the 16-year-old. "He's worked in the local cafe, washing up dishes for the past two years, which I think is great."
The "posh" singer turned fashion designer, who has four children with husband David Beckham, added that she wants her brood to learn the value of hard work.
"For me and David, we work a lot but the kids are everything to us and we're very, very present," she said. “And I think it's important that the kids have a good work ethic and they try and help other people as well."
Further proving that his high-profile parents are serious about keeping Brooklyn on the straight and narrow, David recently revealed that he chaperoned Brooklyn's first date.
"He's going to hate me for this," David told James Corden on "The Late Late Show" earlier this month.
"I spoke to Victoria and she was like, 'Really? ... Make sure you take him and then make sure you sit in the restaurant.' So it's like, 'Really, you're going to make me do that?' and she said, 'Yeah, that's the only way I'm going to let him go.'"
Fortunately for Brooklyn, the incident wasn't too embarrassing: David assured Corden that when they got to the restaurant, he "sat like five tables back."