They say the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree, and in the case of these stars’ children that certainly holds true.


Just yesterday Cruz Beckham posted to Instagram a video of himself singing ‘One Call Away’ by Charlie Puth. The son of Posh Spice and the legendary David Beckham seems to take after his mum Victoria since the 12-year-old absolutely NAILS it!


The video already has over 300K views! Cruz is going places, as he's signed on with Justin Bieber's manager Scooter Braun and the young singer even released a Christmas song last year.



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Cruz’s 955K followers were astounded by the boy’s talent.


“Voice of an angel,” one fan commented.


Another said, “The next Justin Bieber is born.”


Not to be outdone, model Katie Price tweeted in response to the video, “Cute but I think my Junior better.”


She admitted though that “Cruz Beckham can actually sing and he sounds incredible”.


The mum-of-five tweeted a video of Junior, whose father is crooner Peter Andre, giving his rendition of ‘Love Yourself’ by Justin Bieber. And it’s amazing!



“Chip off the old block like his pops,” one Twitter user said in reply to 12-year-old Junior’s stunning voice.


Many people on Twitter also reminded Katie that not everything is a competition.


“He's good but it's so cringe how you've uploaded this right after seeing Cruz Beckham singing,” said one follower, “You should support both children as individuals, not play them against each other!”


"Why would you compare your child to someone else’s?" said someone else simply.


Here, here! Both kids are very talented, just like their parents.


Maybe they can form the Spice Boys?



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