Brooklyn Beckham celebrated his 21st birthday in serious style last night– with a huge birthday cake, £140 Wagyu steak sandwiches and sushi covered in caviar.
The eldest Beckham child was joined by his mum Victoria, dad David, siblings Romeo, 17, Cruise, 15, and Harper, eight and his girlfriend Nicola Peltz.
The lucky lad was treated to an eleven course meal by Wagyumafia, which included the very expensive steak sandwiches.
The gourmet food didn’t end there though as they also got a basket of sushi covered in caviar, which dad David couldn’t resist sharing.
Other courses included smoked salmon with caviar, the Big Wag – a McDonald’s style wagyu burger and a ramen bowl.
To top it all off Brooklyn was given a huge birthday cake and he blushed away as his family showered him with love.
Sharing pictures from the evening, Victoria posted one of her and David proudly posing with Brooklyn.
She wrote: “Happy Birthday Brooklyn x We are so proud and love you so so much xxxx kisses @davidbeckham @brooklynbeckham.”
It was the second epic meal of the day for the family as they had enjoyed lunch at Oswald’s private members club.
There he got a pile of Crispy Crème donuts instead of a cake, which seemed to go down very well.
Earlier in the day Victoria seemed in a nostalgic mood as she shared pictures of her husband cradling his newborn son back in 1999.
Fashion designer Victoria, captioned the pics: "Happy birthday Brooklyn Beckham."
Other pictures show the family have gifted him a present from Goyard – a luxury French bag maker – and wrapped his goodies up in paper with his face on.
Former England captain David, 44, gushed about his son in touching message.
He wrote: "Happy 21st to my big boy. what more can I say about you other than you have grown into the most beautiful human being and that makes dad so proud.
"We have had so many great moments as a father and son together like lifting trophies in all the places that I won them and for me that was always my dream…
"I love you bust have the most amazing day because u deserve it."
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