Brooklyn Beckham returned to Kenya for David Attenborough’s Our Planet Netflix series

David Beckham, Brooklyn Beckham and David Attenborough
David and Brooklyn Beckham with Sir David Attenborough at the premier of "Our Planet". Photo: Instagram/davidbeckham

Brooklyn Beckham recently returned to Kenya for a job filming on legendary wildlife broadcaster Sir David Attenborough’s latest series, Our Planet, which was launched globally on Netflix last week.

The 20-year-old jetted out to the Masai Mara game reserve in Kenya to film behind-the-scenes segments for the From Deserts To Grasslands episodes of the eight-part documentary series.

During his week-long trip to Kenya, the  eldest son of former footballer David Beckham and Spice Girl Victoria, learned how to film wildlife and was said to be ‘amazed’ when he saw five cheetahs hurtle past. He also took some time out to play football with local children.

Brooklyn and his father attended the black-tie premiere of Our Planet at London’s Royal Albert Hall on Thursday night during which they also met Princes William and Harry at the event.’

It is believed that his involvement came about as Attenborough and the World Wildlife Fund For Nature (WWF) believed that as someone with a huge social media following he could help get other youngsters involved in saving the planet.

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