Brooklyn Beckham passed his driving test this week, but while all eyes were on the eldest Beckham child, his younger brothers showed up at Wimbledon looking, well, not so little anymore!

 

While it may not seem like so long ago that Romeo and Cruz Beckham were sporting jerseys with ‘Daddy’ emblazoned across the back, the brothers looked all grown up as they stepped out to take in a spot of tennis yesterday.

 

Doting David took to Instagram to share a gorgeous family photo alongside 13-year-old Romeo and 11-year-old Cruz.

 

 

Boys day out at Wimbledon ... Watched Roger the genius & now it's Andy's turn ...  come on Andy

A photo posted by David Beckham (@davidbeckham) on

 

“Boys’ day out at Wimbledon…Watched Roger the Genius, and now it’s Andy’s turn. Come on Andy,” wrote the father-of-four.

 

Needless to say, the former footballer’s followers were totally charmed by the cute photo of the trio.

 

“Sweet days. Hold on tight, Sir – they go by fast. What fond memories you will all have of these precious moment,” wrote one fan.

 

 

A photo posted by David Beckham (@davidbeckham) on

 

While Romeo is fast making a name for himself in the fashion industry, with a string of high-profile campaigns under his belt, Cruz set the internet alight earlier this year when his proud parents shared a video of his impressive singing talent.

 

We expect big things from these guys over the next few years.

 

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