‘Meet my new baby’ Brooklyn Beckham reveals new addition to the family

Brooklyn Beckham has revealed he's welcomed a very special new member of the family...

With four kids, the Beckhams already have a big brood. The family gets even bigger if you count Olive, the family’s dog, who was lucky enough to be featured alongside Victoria and the children on the cover of British Vogue magazine.

And now there’s one more member of the Beckham family. Brooklyn, the eldest of Victoria and David’s children, introduced his fans to his new lady – an adorable English Cocker Spaniel.

Alongside a sweet snap of him holding his new friend, he wrote: ‘Meet my new baby 🌷 Fig Beckham’.

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Meet my new baby 🌷 Fig Beckham

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The picture made fans of the amateur photographer melt, as many commented on the snap to say how cute the little puppy is.

One said: ‘Hello Fig…. 🐾🐾 hope you’re settling into your new home ok, enjoy & have lots of fun’; while another said: ‘He’s lovely and has a brilliant name 😊🐕🐾’.

A third also commented: ‘Sooo sweeet your puppy 😍 @brooklynbeckham’.

Brooklyn wasn’t the only one of the Beckhams to share snaps of the cute new addition on social media. Victoria even joked that her son had found a new love, writing: ‘Fig and Olive x @brooklynbeckham has a new lady in his life x.’

Brooklyn’s brother Romeo also posted two photographs of Fig, with one caption saying: ‘Welcome to the family FIG ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️.’

The second one read: ‘❤️❤️ beautiful girl ❤️❤️ @brooklynbeckham.’

Cruz also shared an image of the new pup, writing: ‘Welcome to the family fig ❤️❤️��. @brooklynbeckham.’

After welcoming the new addition, it’s clear the Beckhams share a strong family connection. Following speculation the pair was getting a divorce, the former Spice Girl told Vogue: ‘We both realise that we are stronger together than we are as individuals. Would either of us be in the position that we are in now had we not met and been together all those years ago? It’s all about the family unit.

‘We are much stronger – the six of us – than we would be if we were individuals. We respect that family bond and that is key.’