Victoria and David Beckham’s son, Romeo Beckham, has been unveiled as GQ Korea’s February cover star – and everyone is saying the exact same thing.

The footballer for MLS side Fort Lauderdale took to Instagram to showcase the “stunning” shots, crediting the team behind the lens, including British fashion photographer David Sims.

Singer turned fashion designer Victoria soon followed suit and shared the two separate covers to her 29.4 million followers, gushing: “wow” and “so proud.”

Meanwhile, proud parent David added: “WOW Amazing cover mate Love you @romeobeckham.”

The footballing legend called the second shot “amazing”, adding “love this look so much.”

At just 19-years-old, Romeo has previously secured a place among GQ’s best dressed British men. His first monochromatic cover saw him donning a denim waistcoat, while in the second, he sported a black lace shirt with smart black pants tucked into a pair of white football socks.

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Social media attention soon turned to his incredibly strong genes, with everyone baffled as to how it was possible to look identical to both of his famous parents at the same time.

“Looks so much like Victoria,” one Twitter user said, adding: “Them perfect genes.”

One tweeted: “The fact that he looks equally like both his parents is scary, and amazing,” while another added: “The way David and Victoria’s genes snapped!”

Another highlighted: “It’s like 50% David and 50% Victoria.”

Last year, Romeo made his professional football debut for Fort Lauderdale FC alongside Harvey Neville, his dad’s former teammate Phil Neville.

He later opted to pursue a career in tennis with training alongside Andy Murray but soon returned to his original passion.

Not to mention, Romeo clearly has a promising modelling career ahead and has been dabbling in the industry for some time, after featuring in Burberry’s 2014 campaign, aged 12.

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