The birthday festivities have begun for Romeo Beckham who turns 16-years-old today.

 

And his parents could not be prouder of their loving son as he blossoms into a young man.

 

On Thursday, Victoria and David took the family out to dinner to celebrate the occasion, inviting Romeo’s godparents as well - the legendary Elton John and his partner David Furnish.

 

 

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The pop icon happily sang along to the “Happy Birthday” song with the rest of the family as Romeo sheepishly smiled and blew out the candles.

 

The proud mum captioned the moment: “Early birthday celebrations! X From the best godparents.”

 

Elton has enjoyed his visit with the Beckham family, cruising on a sunny boat ride and spending time with his beloved godchild.

 

 

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This morning, as it should be, has been all about the Beckham’s son Romeo.

 

Footballer David shared a heartwarming photo of him helping his son shave for the first time.

 

 

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“I cannot believe my little man is 16 years old... Happy birthday big boy you are so special and I love you so much x, “ he gushed.

 

Romeo’s mum has been raving about her boy as well, posting photos to her Instagram account of her and her darling son.

 

“Happy Birthday Romeo! Can’t believe our baby is 16 today!!! We all love you so so much,” said the former Spice Girl.

 

 

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The resemblance between the mother and son pair is uncanny!

 

The happy parents decorated the house for the teenager’s special day with big silver and blue balloons lining a table full of presents.

 

The birthday boy is pictured with a huge smile amidst his gifts.

 

 

We wish Romeo the best of birthdays and are glad to see the Beckham parents share so much love for their son.

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