Brooklyn Beckham takes David and Posh for a spin in his Merc
Beckham offspring learns to drive in a new Mercedes-Benz C-Class Coupe
Victoria Beckham previously joked she was 'nervous' at the thought of teaching her son to drive.
But 17-year-old Brooklyn was able to convince his mum to join him for some practice on Thursday as he drove her to her London-based office.
Buckle up: Victoria, 42, was in the hot seat on Sunday, and shared a selfie as she wrote: 'Do I look nervous?(hiding it well!) afternoon drive with @brooklynbeckham @davidbeckham X #familyday X VB'. Picture/Instagram
With dad David overseeing the lesson in the backseat, Brooklyn seemed at ease as he cruised through the streets and hoards of traffic in a luxury vehicle.
Sitting behind the wheel of a Mercedes C-Class Coupe (worth from $NZ77,400) - which may have intimidated some learner drivers - Brooklyn looked completely nonchalant.
Nipping through the streets, the talented teen managed to get some good use out of the car, which can do 0-62mph in 6.7 seconds.
Concealing his shaggy brunette locks beneath a backwards camouflage cap, he shielded his eyes from the sun with a pair of oversized sunglasses.
David Beckham is a Jaguar ambassador as the car launches in China last year. Picture/Supplied
As a learner, Brooklyn is required by law to have a qualified driver in the vehicle with him at all times, a role that David will have fulfilled once Victoria had been dropped at the office.
Having turned 17 just two months ago - the legal age in the UK to retain a provisional driving license - Brooklyn has wasted no time in getting behind the wheel.
Beck behind the wheel: David, 41, was also taken out for a spin, who had also snapped a picture from their outing. 'The face of a dad that's almost 41 being driven around by his little boy (not so little),' he wrote. Picture/ Instagram
Since he began his lessons, the teen has been seen learning in three luxury vehicles, which included a Mercedes A-Class and Peugeot 208 Hatchback.
On Tuesday, the star was seen taking a lesson with a qualified instructor in the same Mercedes C-Class he has been practicing in, suggesting he owns the car.
But whilst the star seemed calm and content in the drivers seat on his lesson, he made the mistake of not displaying his 'L' plates on the front of the vehicle.
It is mandatory to affix the notices to your car to alert other road users, and there is the risk of occurring penalty points if you don’t display an L plate or if it isn’t the right size.