It's a mad family!

David and Victoria Beckham's children have turned out to be a sort of music band. The former Manchester United star's sons - Romeo, Cruz and Brooklyn - are gaga over music, instruments and musicians.

According to The Sun, Brooklyn has been repeatedly strumming the Beatles' "Here Comes the Sun" on the guitar, while Romeo has taken to the drums. Meanwhile, Cruz has taken up ballet and provides the dance routines to his brothers' efforts

"As they go to bed the boys break into a chorus of Walk Like A Man. It's their favourite song from the Jersey Boys musical. Cruz is very good at breakdancing as well. He spins on his head. And he is doing ballet - inspired by the fact that, 'His cousin is very lucky because he gets to lift up girls'," Victoria said in The Sun report.

The famous parents are understandably pleased as punch about their children's talents.

"I'd love to say they get the musical stuff from me, but they don't. But they do have good fashion sense. I like to think that they have got that from me," singer-turned-fashion designer Victoria added.

The family spent their Easter holidays in California, with close friend Gordon Ramsay (a celebrity chef) and his family. Apparently Ramsay's clan is also crazy about music.

"Tilly's on the drums, Holly and Megan are on the piano and Jack's on the guitar. It all started when they got obsessed with The X Factor," Ramsay explained.

What is it with celebrity children and music these days?

Victoria was seen without much make-up for the Easter celebrations.

According to the Huffington Post, she ditched her usual high-fashion look and kept it casual in designer flared jeans and a black vest top. A proud mother, Victoria baked Easter chocolate bunnies for her family and posted the photographs on Twitter, along with the tweet: "Easter cup cakes with Romeo and Harper! So cute! Daddy made chocolate chicks for Harper! Fun good Friday making chocolate!! Happy Easter fashion bunnies. Easter is my favorite time of the year, so beautiful!! happy spring time! X vb."

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