Brooklyn Beckham spotted in Black Country with model girlfriend during music video shoot
From Cannes to Coseley.
Brooklyn Beckham was last week rubbing shoulders with the glamorous A-list stars from Hollywood alongside his model girlfriend.
Yet just days later he swapped the red carpet for the back streets of the Black Country for a music video shoot.
The model and photographer, son of ex-Manchester United and England star David, and former Spice Girl turned fashion mogul Victoria, arrived with little ceremony in Coseley on Friday.
He was in town to help shoot a video for Birmingham-based indie band JAWS.
And they picked the unassuming surroundings of Mary Dermott Memorial Hall, in Gough Road, for the day.
JAWS' new album The Ceiling has a karate-themed cover and wanted to film with a local karate club for their latest video.
Brooklyn was also pictured outside the study centre with his girlfriend, model Hana Cross.
It came after a national tabloid published claims of a bust-up between the pair at the Cannes Film Festival days before.
But they appeared happy and relaxed during their day in the Black Country.
Hana was embracing Brooklyn with her arms draped around him as he spoke with a member of the film crew.
They were filming students of Roaring Tiger Karate Club for the video.
Dressed in a flat cap, striped shirt and beige trousers, pictures shared on social media showed the 20-year-old photographer smiling for the camera with youngsters from the club.
He happily posed for pictures with Emily Lucarelli, aged 7, and five-year-old Albie Larwood.
There was also footage online showing him filming action shots of their karate moves alongside other youngsters from the club.
He also signed autographs for them.
JAWS are an indie-rock band based in Birmingham formed by singer Connor Schofield with friends from Halesowen College.
The band formed in 2012 and is set to tour later this year.
Karate instructor Sensei Steven Humphries 6th Dan said after an hour of being filmed, club members then settled down to watch the band perform their song 'End of the World'.
He added: "After this it was autographs and selfies time. The band and Brooklyn were all great and we're all looking forward to watching the finished video in a few weeks time."
The club trains on Monday and Wednesday evenings and is looking for new members.
Visit the Roaring Tiger Shotokan Karate Club page on Facebook.