Brooklyn Beckham trolled as he shares David Attenborough snaps he captured

David Beckham's son Brooklyn Beckham has been cruelly trolled for having 'no skill' as he shared snaps he took of Sir David Attenborough.

The budding photographer took to Instagram on Sunday evening to share a collection of photos he captured of Sir David Attenborough, 94, as he shot his new environmental documentary, A Life On Our Planet.

As he shared the photos of Sir David, Brooklyn, 21, wrote in the caption: "I am excited to share these photos at last. I was so lucky to be invited by @wwf_uk to join @davidattenborough as he filmed scenes for his new film A Life on Our Planet a while ago.

"Can’t believe I got to photograph him. I was really nervous but he was so relaxed and kind to me a true gentleman.

"He just loved that we were all there and wants young people to learn more about the planet so we can do what we can to save it. Will never forget this trip. Thank you so much Sir David can’t wait to watch the film."

But after sharing the photos, Victoria Beckham's son was trolled for lacking skill and technique.

Many claimed he only got the opportunity to take part in the special project because of his famous parents.

Hitting out on Twitter one social media user blasted: "Brooklyn Beckham released his photos of David Attenborough and whew chile…. No skill, just vibes (and nepotism)."

A second moaned: "Caption: I am so lucky to photograph David Attenborough… Yes 'lucky' sweetie, but not in the way you think. Luck by way of accident of birth!"

A third added: "Wow! Isn't it amazing what having famous parents will get you, when you don't have any actual talent?"

Many other social media claimed the photos had a child-like quality.

"Loooool giving me strong memories of taking my little compact digital camera to the park when i was 13," one jibed.

Another penned: "All he does is point and shoot. No technique or imagination."

A third chimed in: "I’ve just looked seriously people have taken better photographs of their grandads on an iPhone."

Despite the trolling, other social media users complimented Brooklyn on his snaps.

One exclaimed: "That's amazing. Talk about an amazing start on your portfolio x."

As another added on Instagram: "Lucky boy Brooklyn good job."

A third said: "A legend of our time. How fortunate you are @brooklynbeckham."

Brooklyn, who is the oldest Beckham child, dropped out of new York's Parsons School of Design in 2018, where he was studying.

Instead he took part in an internship with iconic photographer Rankin last year.

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