Former football star David Beckham and singer-turned-designer Victoria Beckham's son Cruz Beckham is reportedly learning guitar in a bid for pop stardom.
According to a source, Cruz wants to become a singer and has taken up the instrument to improve his musicianship, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
"Cruz has a natural affinity with music and he's been desperate to learn the guitar. He's had lessons for months and is constantly strumming away, singing along," the source told The Sun newspaper.
"Obviously he still has far to go, but there's certainly potential there. He's got a natural stage presence," the source added.
The news of Cruz's new musical venture comes four months after his mother Victoria posted a video on Instagram of him singing. The clip later went viral.
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