Friday, September 30, 2016

Brooklyn Beckham, Chloe Grace Moretz: Meghan Trainor Most Awkward Encounter is Hilarious!

Brooklyn Beckham, Chloe Grace Moretz: Meghan Trainor Most Awkward Encounter is Hilarious!

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Chloe Grace Moretz and her boyfriend, Brooklyn Beckham, have finally had their signature date night at Disneyland. But, this date came with a twist: they brought a group of friends along, including singer Meghan Trainor.

News.com.au reports that Meghan Trainor spent the day guest editing The Sun and the 22-year-old “All About That Bass” singer dished about spending time with Chloe Moretz and Brooklyn Beckham at Disneyland earlier in the month.

“I was making fun of him. I was like, ‘What are you famous for? Are you an actor? Who are you?’ Girls would keep coming up to him while me and Chloe were sitting eating pizza,” she told the publication. “They were asking him for a pic and I was like, ‘Me and Chloe are here, what do you want a pic with him for?!’” she added. “He messed with me and said, ‘Yeah, I acted when I was a kid’. I am so stupid. I had no idea who his parents were!”

Brooklyn Beckham, is the eldest son of Football superstar, David Beckham, and Posh Spice, Victoria Beckham. He recently made his relationship with Chloe Moretz official after dating on and off for years.

Dads driver for the night

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Daily Mail reports that the 19-year-old actress recently shared a black and white pic on her Instagram account and gushed about Brooklyn Beckham. She posted the pic along with the caption: “Hey @brooklynbeckham I like the way ya look at me, that’s all :).”

Hey @brooklynbeckham I like the way ya look at me, that's all 🙂

A photo posted by Chloe Grace Moretz (@chloegmoretz) on

Chloe Moretz has become more vocal on social media about her relationship since the pair decided to make it official. Hello Magazine cited she told The Talk  that she decided that rather than hide her relationship, she’d make it public so that, ironically, they could lead a more normal life.

“We weren’t able to go to the restaurants we wanted to go to or just go to a movie and so we thought, ‘You know what? If we’re more upfront about it and we break down the iron curtain and we just let them take our photo, they’re not going to care,'” she shared.