Jade Goody’s son Bobby Brazier, 16, parties the night away with Liam Payne and Brooklyn Beckham

Bobby Brazier last night rubbed shoulders with the UK elite, after attending a magazine party alongside Liam Payne, Brooklyn Beckham and Rita Ora.

The 16 year old, who is signed to modelling agency Unsigned Group, looked right at home as he posed up a storm alongside the A-listers – looking dapper in a camel-coloured blazer, white chinos and a knitted jumper.

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Making the most of his model looks, the runway star smouldered into the camera as he posed for pictures alongside Liam Payne and Brooklyn Beckham as they celebrated the TINGS Magazine X Topman launch.

“Last night was a movie,” he wrote on Instagram as he posted a number of snaps of himself at the star-studded party, garnering hundreds of comments from fans.

Bobby recently made his catwalk debut for Dolce & Gabbana at Milan Fashion Week, and speaking about his new modelling career, he said: “Modelling has been great fun, I'm loving it: you get a chance to do something exciting.

"I'm modelling alongside my apprenticeship; I'm not sure if it will be full time yet, we will have to see how it goes!"

Bobby's agent Cesar Perin said: "Bobby's look is incredible – he has an incredible future ahead of him and with his Dad, Jeff, we are working together to make it as bright for him as possible."

Back in September, his father Jeff revealed just how proud he was of his son, who had decided against doing A-levels and instead undertake an apprenticeship.

Taking to Twitter, he wrote: "Such a proud day. Bob starts his apprenticeship in London.

"So much progress has been made in such short time and I feel immensely satisfied knowing that he has all of the tools to go and develop at his own pace into whatever he wishes to become. Much love."

He added: "He knew he didn't want to spend another 2 years studying subjects he wasn't sure he really liked and I'm not one for seeing him go through the motions so I think being in a real working environment is best for him right now".

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