Brooklyn Beckham and Chloe Moretz
Brooklyn Beckham and Chloe Moretz were dating on and off since 2014 before confirming their relationship in MayAlberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images

Brooklyn Beckham is not one to shy away from gushing about his lady love Chloe Grace Moretz over social media. The eldest son of football legend David Beckham took to his Instagram account on Friday, 29 July, to declare his love for the Hugo actress, who he has been reportedly dating since 2014.

Sharing a black and white photo of the 19-year-old actress from the Democratic National Convention, Brooklyn wrote, "So proud of this one. ❤️ @chloegmoretz @hillaryclinton#imwithher. Love you xx."

He soon followed up his adorable post with another cute snap of the duo, where the Kick-Ass actress is seen leaning against her photographer boyfriend.

"Such a special night," Brooklyn wrote on the picture-sharing site followed by a heart emoticon.

The romantic picture-posts from the DNC in Philadelphia on Thursday night comes after the eldest Beckham sibling posted a hilarious video of Chloe and him on Instagram with the caption "Love this one." In the short clip, The 5th Wave star is seen sporting a funny filter as Brooklyn jumps in for a quick hug, without showing his face.

The much-in-love couple are reportedly enjoying a long-distance relationship as Brooklyn is based in London, his home-town, while work keeps Chloe engaged in Los Angeles. If rumours are to be believed, the celebrity couple are absolutely "crazy" about each other.

"Now that Brooklyn has confessed his love for Chloe, he can't stop saying it. If he could shout it from the mountain tops he would," an insider told Hollywood Life about the teenage-couple.

"He is absolutely crazy about Chloe, especially after last night at the Democratic National Convention. He told her that he was proud of her and that seeing her speak with such conviction made him love her even more," the source added shedding light on the events of the DNC, where Chloe delivered a moving speech.

Addressing the crowd present at the Wells Fargo Center to cheer presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, Chloe said, "We can elect a president who will fight to give every American a chance to graduate from college debt-free. We can elect a president who will fight for equal pay for equal work."