‘She didn’t murder anybody’: Linda Martin weighs in on Nadine Coyle’s infamous Passportgate 20 years on
‘She didn’t murder anybody’: Linda Martin weighs in on Nadine Coyle’s infamous Passportgate 20 years...

Sarah Finnan

“When I used to dream of transitioning, I thought I’d wear short skirts and high heels”
“When I used to dream of transitioning, I thought I’d wear short skirts and high...

Sophie White

I scream, you scream: Global shortage of Cadbury flakes spells trouble for 99 ice creams
I scream, you scream: Global shortage of Cadbury flakes spells trouble for 99 ice creams

Sarah Finnan

Increased lawlessness among teens needs compassion, not admonishment
Increased lawlessness among teens needs compassion, not admonishment

Amanda Cassidy

Making small talk and all the other things I had forgotten on my post-lockdown Penneys trip
Making small talk and all the other things I had forgotten on my post-lockdown Penneys...

Sarah Finnan

The Chiron Return: The mid-life “crisis” is actually based on astrology
The Chiron Return: The mid-life “crisis” is actually based on astrology

Niamh Ennis

Lynn Enright: ‘A house is no longer just a place where someone lives: it’s a fantasy and a wild hope for many’
Lynn Enright: ‘A house is no longer just a place where someone lives: it’s a...

Lynn Enright

Image / Fashion

Romeo Beckham in Burberry Christmas Ad


by Jeanne Sutton
04th Nov 2014
blank

You might say we’re getting festive way too early but we really can’t help ourselves, especially now that the British label Burberry has released their Christmas campaign video. Not only is this festive film ‘inspired by the golden age of cinematic musicals? and ?tells the tale of a young couple falling in love, against a theatrical backdrop of London,’ but it also stars Romeo Beckham.

This isn’t the first time the 12-year-old has donned the iconic trench and checked scarf – the cute-as-heck model starred alongside Cara Delevingne in the Spring/Summer 2013 campaign to much acclaim. However, this time round marks the young man’s first ‘lead’ role with the camera focusing on him throughout. It seems David and Victoria’s second son is a natural in front of the camera, and with a smile like that you can expect to see him as the face of future campaigns. Christopher Bailey, Burberry’s chief creative officer, is nothing but effusive about Romeo,?according to the Mirror, “It continues to be an utter joy working with Romeo – he has charm, style and energy. I’m delighted that he’s the lead role in our festive campaign.”

And that dreamy music? ‘The Way That I Live’ by Ed Harcourt. Watch the video below.

Follow Jeanne Sutton on Twitter @jeannedesutun