It’s time we all let Brooklyn Beckham go

As for the future, Brooklyn only has one big dream. “One day I want to open my own restaurant,” he says. “I want to bring an English pub to LA. Definitely not this year, but that’s my dream. Open a pub.”

When asked how she resists the urge to try to appease her critics by giving up her own career and instead spend her life relaxing on a beach somewhere, Brooklyn says, “I think one of the most important things is keeping busy. Only your head works.

“If I’m not doing anything, if I don’t have work, I’m either at the gym or walking my dogs,” she adds. “I think being busy is really, really important.”

As for the haters?

“They can say what they want,” Brooklyn says with a smile. “People have their own opinion and that’s fine, but it doesn’t really bother me. I’m just going to keep working and be happy.”

Which, to be fair, is probably a mantra we should all live by.

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Source: https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/stephaniesoteriou/brooklyn-beckham-interview-nepotism-social-media