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Brooklyn Beckham Is Smoldering On His First Major Magazine Cover

And his parents are 'so proud.'

No offense to birthday girl Beyoncé and her recent jaw-dropping Vogue cover, but now there’s a new issue of the mag that’s making us all hot and bothered.

Well, OK, it’s technically Miss Vogue, but every style icon in the making has to start somewhere. And in the case of aggressively handsome Brooklyn Beckham, he’s kicking off his budding modeling career with a BANG.

The 16-year-old son of David and Victoria Beckham has scored his first major magazine cover, given his first official interview, AND even made Miss Vogue’s history by becoming its debut cover boy.

The smoldering cover shows a female model nestled against him, with the text “Cosying up to Brooklyn” splashed across the front.

Brooklyn’s proud papa shared a shot of the cover on Instagram, writing, “So proud of my little man ( not so little anymore ).” Meanwhile, Victoria tweeted out the same pic, adding that she’s also “so proud.”

The cover boy also shared a couple pics from inside the mag on Instagram, including a shadow-y shot where he models a slick-looking varsity jacket, and one where he rocks a Mickey Mouse hoodie under a jean jacket (he looks sexy with his hair pushed back, no?).

For the accompanying rare interview, Miss Vogue promises a peek into his “family life, dating, his London and LA hang outs, future plans and famous friends.” Hmm... hopefully that last bit means we'll get some insider scoop from his hangs with One Direction?!

For now, we have a preview Q&A in which Brooklyn reveals he's passionate about film and photography, and hopes to study art and photography at college in the U.S.

He also confirmed what we've all speculated about: his parents really are the go-to style icons for everyone. “My mum knows a lot about fashion, but obviously I listen to my dad as he has great style and we share clothes,” he spilled.

What's that? The Beckham men SHARE CLOTHES? Yep, this kid’s been bred to follow in his dad’s heartthrob footsteps, no doubt about it.