Despite David Beckham hanging up his cleats and retiring from being a super soccer stud (well, the stud part will never go away), it looks as though his legacy may just be passed on to his offspring, especially after the couple's eldest son Brooklyn, 14, was spotted training with the Queens Park Rangers.
But the professional football club, based in London, made sure to make it clear that Brooklyn wasn't actually a part of the league.
"Contrary to reports, Brooklyn Beckham has been training at #QPR but has not joined our academy," the club's official Twitter account tweeted.
However, should Brooklyn decide to join the academy, he would be following very closely in his father's footsteps. David Beckham began his career by joining Manchester United's academy also at the age of 14.
And look at where that got him.