David and Victoria Beckham are ‘delighted’ Brooklyn has finally ended his fiery relationship with Hana Cross ‘for good’

David and Victoria Beckham are ‘delighted’ Brooklyn has finally ended his fiery relationship with Hana Cross ‘for good’

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DAVID and Victoria Beckham are relieved and delighted that their eldest son Brooklyn has ended his fiery relationship with model Hana Cross.

The former couple had numerous high-profile public bust-ups over the course of their tumultuous nine-month romance and now Brooklyn’s parents are happy their son, 20, can move on.

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David and Victoria Beckham are relieved and delighted that their eldest son Brooklyn has ended his fiery relationship with model Hana Cross[/caption]

A source told The Sun Online: “Brooklyn and Hana have called off their romance for good. David and Victoria very glad and relieved and are backing him 100 per cent.”

A representative for the Beckhams declined to comment.

Back in May The Sun exclusively revealed how security had to step in and separate the pair at the Cannes Film Festival after Hana lashed out.

David and Victoria were said to have been “seriously frustrated” by the fracas and the negative attention the rows were creating.

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Hana and Brooklyn’s toxic romance had frustrated the Beckhams[/caption]

Brooklyn and Hana were last photographed together at Wimbledon in July – and Hana was noticeably absent from the Beckham family’s social media ever since.

Last week the Mail on Sunday‘s Charlotte Griffiths said it was “no surprise” they had split.

She wrote: “They played out every moment on Instagram so it’s no great surprise for me to report Brooklyn Beckham and his model girlfriend have split.

“After nine months together, the young lovers have decided to call it a day, leaving the eldest of the Beckham brood free to join his parents on holiday in Italy.”

The columnist added: “Now the big question is: who will get custody of their beloved pet Pomeranian, Soho?”

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Brooklyn and Hana were last pictured together at Wimbledon[/caption]

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The pair were hand in hand at the July tennis tournament[/caption]

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Back in May The Sun exclusively revealed how security had to step in and separate the pair at the Cannes Film Festival after Hana lashed out[/caption]

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The pair looked tense at Coachella[/caption]

Stunning Hana had been pictured alongside Brooklyn at a string of social occasions this year.

The pair unfollowed each other on Instagram just days ago, and Brooklyn last liked one of her posts on July 15.

Likewise, Hana last liked one of his snaps on July 8, with a picture of the pair in matching outfits at Wimbledon the last one of them she posted.

Brooklyn and Hana first confirmed their relationship when they were seen hand-in-hand as they left a British Fashion Awards after-party in December.

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Brooklyn and Hana loved-up in Paris in February[/caption]

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They were also very cosy on a break to Malibu[/caption]

Around the same time, Hana was seen with Brooklyn, David and Victoria, at the Haig Club House Party in Notting Hill, London.

However, in March this year, Hana and Brooklyn had a major bust-up after going to watch Yungblud at Camden Assembly, also in London.

A source said at the time: “Brooklyn had sunk a few beers and ended up getting into a row with Hana.

“It had been a bit of a wild night out and it got a bit messy.”

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Hana last posted a picture of Brooklyn on July 15[/caption]


They added: “Brooklyn got really upset and ended up storming into the street.

“Hana read him the riot act and told him she didn’t like it when he was acting up and drinking too much.”


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