BROOKLYN Beckham mimicked his mum Victoria as he sung the Spice Girls' hit Say You'll Be There on a face swap app.
The photographer, 22, took to his Instagram Story to share the hilarious video with his 12.2 million followers.
In the footage Posh Spice, Scary Spice (Mel B), Sporty Spice (Melanie Chisholm), Baby Spice (Emma Bunton and Ginger Spice (Geri Horner) are singing their second number one hit Say You'll Be There.
Brooklyn decided to spice things up a little with the video and used an app that superimposed his face onto their bodies.
As the camera focused on Victoria's solo, Brooklyn tried to hide his amusement as she belted out some high notes in a very revealing catsuit.
The model couldn't help but share the hilarious video with everyone and he captioned the post: "Oh gosh @victoriabeckham."
Clearly amused by his creation, he added a sticker of Lisa Simpson laughing out loud to show how funny he found it.
Say You'll Be There was from the band's debut studio album, Spice, which was released back in 1996.
The hit, which became certified as platinum, was a huge hit all over the world.
It was the band's second number-one and landed at number five on the Billboard Hot 100 in the US.
His post comes after the fashion designer paid tribute for her eldest son's 22nd birthday earlier this month.
Alongside an adorable black and white photo of the pair from when he was a baby, Victoria wrote: "22 years ago today our lives changed forever. The kindest, most beautiful soul.
"The most incredible son, brother and fiancé.
"Happy Birthday @brooklynbeckham. We love you and are so proud of the man you have become x."
Brooklyn is the eldest child of Victoria and footballer husband David Beckham, 45.
After the pair welcomed Brooklyn into the world, the pop star gave birth to their son Romeo three years later in 2002.
He was shortly followed by Cruz in 2005.
The three boys are big brothers to their little sister, Harper Seven, who was born in 2011.
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