LOVE. IT. Proper order, there's a lot to be said for a bit of independence. His little brother Romeo got his first job as part of a modelling campaign for Burberry, so Brooklyn's choice of graft is very refreshing.
A source speaking with The Sun about his weekend job in a busy London cafe said: "Brooklyn has got the world at his fingertips and could have a life of luxury if he wanted, but the lad is not that way inclined... Brooklyn and his three siblings (Romeo, 11, Cruz, nine, and Harper, two) have all had a great start in life - much better than most... But David and Victoria want them to know what hard work is like... Brooklyn wants to make his own money and be his own man... His mum and dad are delighted and it's a testament to their parenting skills. Instilling a solid work ethic early will be good for him."
Modelling is totally foreign territory for Brooklyn, what with 15-year-old appearing on the cover of Man About Town back in March, but it's good to see he's willing to endure the absolute leveller that is dealing with crazy-ass Joe public of a Saturday afternoon. Failing that, he could always get some regular work as Nick Grimshaw's Mini-Me.