He confirmed his on-off romance with Chloe Moretz had come to an end once again when he was spotted passionately kissing model Lexi Wood last weekend.
Victoria Beckham hinted that he had been hurt by the criticism he had received from fans after he kissed 20-year-old Lexi in public, shortly after his break-up.
He liked a post on an Instagram fan page which read ‘Chloe’s fans are attacking Brooklyn Beckham,’ accompanied by a shot of Brooklyn crying as a child with mother Victoria.
The smooch confirmed recent rumours Brooklyn had split from the Carrie actress, 21, with the pair last seen together in early March.
Chloe previously appeared to hint that she was already moving on after telling social media she was listening to Cardi B’s fierce new break-up track.
Taking to Instagram on Sunday, the actress shared a screenshot of the pop star’s song Be Careful – which hears a woman suspect her boyfriend of cheating.
She has remained tight-lipped on the photos, but seemingly implied she was feeling feisty with her track of choice – which hears Cardi B sing about of bruised feelings, and warns her boyfriend to ‘be careful’ with her heart.
Sharing a photo of the sassy song’s album artwork to her social media story, Chloe simply wrote of the singer in the caption: ‘The queen’.
It is not known when or why she and Brooklyn split, and there is nothing to imply he was unfaithful.
Chloe and Brooklyn first met at Paris Fashion Week in 2014, and briefly dated during the Brit’s summer in LA with his family.
After a year of swirling speculation, things went quiet between the two and Brooklyn went on to date French model Sonia Ben Ammar in 2015.
The pair then reconciled in April 2016 before the distance proved too much – with the actress based in LA and he in London – and they split once again five months later.
However, the duo rekindled their romance in September 2017, when Brooklyn moved to the Big Apple to study photography at Parsons School of Design.
Yet, it seems Brooklyn has now moved on with Lexi – who boasts 87,000 Instagram followers, and has graced the pages of Vogue Japan, Galore, Cosmopolitan Russia and Playboy.