He received a slew of scathing reviews when he released his own photography book last year.
And now Brooklyn Beckham has quit his New York photography course after just one year because he’s missing his mum, Victoria, according to the Mirror.
The 19-year-old has bowed out of his four-year course, which he started last September at the world-renowned Parsons School of Design.
Tuition fees at the prestigious school cost more than $23,000 per term.
The son of soccer legend David and former Spice Girl Victoria was reportedly homesick and missing his family in the U.K.
He told pals months ago he wanted to leave – according to the Mirror, but decided to stick it out to the end of term.
Brooklyn, the eldest of David and Victoria’s four children, has deferred the course for an internship with a respected British photographer, whose name remains a secret.
Sources said his Spice Girl mum is delighted to have her boy back – telling friends she ‘absolutely hated’ being separated from him.
An insider told the Mirror: ‘It sounds as if he was truly homesick and was feeling lonely out there.
‘He adores his family, in the end it was the lure to come back to them all that swung it – and the prospect of a terrific internship.
‘Victoria is absolutely delighted at the news and couldn’t contain herself when it was all coming to plan – to have Brooklyn back under the same roof is a dream come true for her.’