Meanwhile, Piers Morgan accuses 'fame hungry' parents of 'pimping out' their child
Cruz Beckham has launched a music career with his debut single ‘If Every Day Was Christmas’.
Earlier this week, the 11-year-old son of David and Victoria Beckham launched an Instagram page containing clips of him singing and teasing ‘a surprise’ this week – as well as revealing that he was sharing Justin Bieber and Carly Rae Jepson’s manager, Scooter Braun.
Now, the ‘surprise’ has arrived – with his festive new song ‘If Everday Was Christmas’.
Unveiling the song on Capital FM, Cruz said: “It’s two of my favourite things – singing and Christmas.
If Everyday Was Christmas, a song by Cruz Beckham on Spotify
All proceeds made from the single will go to the charity Make Some Noise.
Meanwhile, Piers Morgan attacked the Beckhams on Good Morning Britain this morning, saying: “It’s the idea of pimping them (him) out on the Christmas pop single market.
“Sorry it is like that, it is.”
When accused of ‘trolling an 11-year-old’, Morgan said that he was only ‘trying to defend Cruz from his being pimped out by his fame-hungry parents’.
Other bids for the Christmas No.1 single include Terry Wogan, Cliff Richard, VAULTS and Inspiral Carpets in memory of late drummer Craig ‘Gilly’ Gill.
Cruz with David Beckham