Victoria Beckham has revealed her son Brooklyn is stuck in America amid the coronavirus crisis.
The 45 year old uploaded a video of her husband David, 44, and their three youngest children Romeo, 17, Cruz, 15, and eight year old Harper applauding the NHS on Thursday night as they joined the nation in clapping for health workers.
Royalty even got involved with the challenge as Prince William and Kate Middleton shared a video of their children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis clapping — and Prince Charles was seen for the first time after testing positive for the illness as he joined in with the nationwide applause.
But one person who was noticeably absent from the Beckham's adorable upload was 21 year old Brooklyn.
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His mum took to Instagram earlier in the day to explain that Brooklyn has been left "in lockdown" in the US and was unable to make it home in time to spend self-isolation with his loved ones.
Sharing a shot of Brooklyn as he covers ICON magazine, the former Spice Girls singer wrote to her 28.1million followers: "We are all missing @brooklynbeckham so much as he remains in lockdown in the US.
"Seeing this self-portrait he did for @ico_n brought a smile to all our faces this morning.. x."
She returned to the platform hours later to share the adorable video of her loved ones clapping for the NHS, in which she says: "So us Beckhams are all clapping to show our thanks to all the people that are working so hard for the NHS.
"All the doctors, all the nurses, keeping us safe, working so, so hard," she continues as her footballer husband chips in.
He says: "From our family, we are so proud of you. Thank you so much."
Victoria wrote alongside her upload: "Happy to be able to come together tonight with the whole country to thank the brave healthcare workers and brilliant NHS working tirelessly in the fight against COVID-19. Xx VB #ClapForOurCarers".
Although he was not able to join his mum, dad, brothers and sister, Brooklyn filmed his own video of himself showing his appreciation for the country's health service.
He wrote alongside the clip: "Far away from home right now but there in spirit.
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"Thank you to all our healthcare workers in the UK," alongside the hashtag #clapforourcarers.
Over the weekend, Brooklyn paid tribute to his mum Victoria as he couldn't spend Mother's Day with her.
He wrote in a post to her 12million followers: "Happy Mother's Day mum xx you are the most amazing mum and you are my best friend and I love you so much."
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