They may have given him the name of a player – not in the football sense of the word, in the ‘ladies man’ sense of the word – but that thankfully has not prevented the Beckhams’ seven year old from displaying all the signs of an A-list baby gay

You go, girl!

It might be the little pikey in the background that they named after Manchester’s premiere cheap gay club (Cruz 101, where a Steps record is never more than five minutes away and Red Bull is the cocktail of the day every day) but it looks like it’s Romeo, pictured here with his teddy (he’s obviously going to be into bears) who’s going to make his mamma proud. *cheers, opens champagne, realises it’s only just gone nine on a Monday morning, drinks champagne*

Let’s go through the checklist:

– Long, silky hair. Check.

– Fashion forward (well, for a seven year old who’s been brought up in LA). Check.

-Thoughtfully accessorized (the hat worn backwards to showcase the long, silky hair). Check.

– Nurturing instinct (most seven year old boys wouldn’t be caught dead carting around a teddy like it was a clutch bag: see Thoughtfully Accessorized’ above). Check.

– Unashamed fondness for mummy. While the little chav in the background is obviously acting up, Romeo is on best behaviour, which is why he is mummy’s favourite. Ergo, a gay. Check, check, check.

And we rest our Louis Vuitton case.

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  1. What every mother wants (and needs) – a gay son. Hooray, and all that.

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