Brooklyn Beckham slammed and told he’s got ‘no skill’ as he releases pictures of David Attenborough

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Brooklyn Beckham has been subject to cruel taunts, accusing him of having no talent and using his mum and dad’s name to get ahead in life.

The 19 year old posted a number of snaps of veteran TV star David Attenborough on his Instagram account, and despite it amassing 150k likes, many were not impressed.

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“I wonder how such an amateur cam get to photograph Sir David Attenborough… oh wait mummy and daddy” wrote one.

While another added: “"Lucky"?? U surely can't b that naive to think u would have got the same opportunity had u been an average person. Family name got u this,nothing more.”

Brooklyn’s snaps included a black and white portrait of Sir David, 91, as he shot his new environmental documentary.

He captioned the pictures: “I am excited to share these photos at last. I was so lucky to be invited by @wwf_uk to join @davidattenborough as he filmed scenes for his new film A Life on Our Planet a while ago. Can’t believe I got to photograph him. I was really nervous but he was so relaxed and kind to me a true gentleman.

“He just loved that we were all there and wants young people to learn more about the planet so we can do what we can to save it. Will never forget this trip. Thank you so much Sir David can’t wait to watch the film.”

However the feedback was not as he had hoped with another commenter writing: “A baby playing with a phone can do better. Why is there a tree growing out of his/their backs? That is basic photography no-no.”

However, some aired their pride for the young photographer, with one writing: “Amazing man – so proud of you swell great experience for you.”

While another called out the cruel commenters, writing: “How sad must people be to comment on these pictures clearly still on Furlough or not working. Leave the lad alone. Every picture is personal to the person who captured it.”

Last year, Brooklyn undertook an internship with iconic photographer Rankin.

At the time, a source told The Sun: “Everyone knew Brooklyn's work needed fine tuning but no one knew his knowledge of the simplest tasks was so off.

"Everyone had high hopes for him but it's not been the most impressive start. He's lacking in most areas but he's trying to make up for it in enthusiasm."

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