Brooklyn Beckham Annoyed by 'Fangirls' at College

The 18-year-old aspiring photographer wants his over enthusiastic admirers at New York's Parsons to 'chill.'

AceShowbiz - %cBrooklyn Beckham% talks about his school life. The 18-year-old son of Victoria and %cDavid Beckham% who has just started his study at Parsons in New York opens up on one of the things he didn't like at his college.

"I like people from school," the aspiring photographer says in an interview with The Cut, "but there are a few fangirls in the school ... Sometimes, I have to be like, 'I'm going to be with you for like, four years, so chill.' "

"I mean, it's gotten better," the British teenager who has over 10 million followers on Instagram quickly adds. "They understand and they respect it, but it's just at the beginning, it's such a shock to them, so it's fine."

While Brooklyn is a little uncomfortable with over enthusiastic fans, it doesn't mean that he prefers to hang out with celebrities either. When he went to %cRihanna%'s party in Manhattan during Fashion Week, he didn't even meet her. Although he is dating actress %cChloe Moretz%, he says, "I don't hang out with all those famous, annoying people."

The teen started studying photography at a school in London when he was 14. "My mom was like, 'Try it, if you don't like it, you don't have to do it,' " he recalls. "And then I did it for a few months, and I just really enjoyed it. And then my dad bought me my first camera."

When he moved to the States to continue his study, his mother was reluctant to let him go. She cried in an Instagram picture when sending him off to college. "They know it's a big opportunity for me, so they're kind of all right with it," he explains.

Brooklyn Beckham loves to capture "random people on the street." He has released his first book, a collection of his photographs called "What I See". Between studying and honing in his photography skills, he signs autographs for fans at meet-and-greets.

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