Brooklyn Beckham as earned millions upon millions through his various ventures (Picture: Dave Hogan/Hogan Media/Shutterstock)
The 24-year-old was one of the famous faces listed on the ‘nepo baby’ section of a new rich list and plenty of people will no doubt be wondering exactly how Brooklyn managed to rack up quite so much dosh.
While Brooklyn was the top earner in said section, Mick Jagger’s son Gabriel, 25, took second place thanks to his £4.5million fortune while Kate Moss’ 21-year-old daughter Lila slotted into third place having amassed £4.2million.
Former Love Island star Dani Dyer, 27, has a net worth of £4million while 27-year-old songstress Mabel – who’s the daughter of Swedish singer Neneh Cherry – is said to be worth £1.8million, according to Heat magazine’s 2023 rich list.
While most of the above have followed specific career paths – be they modelling, music making or brand ownership – Brooklyn’s have been pretty varied.
He’s worked as a model, photographer and even an internet chef – but which one of those is to thank for his colossal earnings? Well, it seems to be all of them.
Brooklyn made £5million alone last year thanks to deals with Tiffany & Co, Pepe Jeans and Silk, a plant-based milk brand (Picture: Instagram)
Former Love Island star Dani Dyer, 27, has a net worth of £4million (Picture: Getty)
Songstress Mabel – who’s the daughter of Swedish singer Neneh Cherry – is said to be worth £1.8million (Picture: Dave Benett)
According to Heat, Brooklyn made £5million alone last year thanks to deals with Tiffany & Co, Pepe Jeans and Silk, a plant-based milk brand.
Brooklyn is the eldest child of David and Victoria Beckham (Picture: Karwai Tang/WireImage)
Brooklyn’s wife is the actress Nicola Peltz (Picture: Instagram)
Brooklyn also makes money from his often-ridiculed cooking videos (Picture: Instagram)
Last year, Brooklyn also joined canned Japanese sake brand Wesake as a partner and co-founder, saying at the time: ‘Joining WESAKE unites many of my different passions, including my fascination with Japan, cuisine and my love of sake, which I know more people will share if they are exposed to it in the right way.’
Brooklyn often posts about all his brand ventures on Instagram, where he boasts 16.3million followers, and it’s safe to presume he earns a pretty penny every time he hits publish, with L’Officiel magazine reporting last year that celebrities with over two million followers charge more than $1million (£820, 260) per post.
With payouts of that quantity, it’s no wonder Brooklyn’s bank account is looking so healthy.
One thing’s for sure: the world-famous influencer has come a long way since his days of working in a local coffee shop.
Yep, back in 2014 Brooklyn snagged a gig behind the counter at a shop near his parents’ posh west London home and earned just £2.68 an hour pouring cups of Joe.
Metro.co.uk has reached out to Brooklyn’s reps for comment.
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