Rocco Ritchie and Kim Turnbull sport matching hoodies as they grab a coffee and enjoy a stroll in North London
She's been spending much of her time with Brooklyn Beckham.
But on Monday, model Kim Turnbull enjoyed a stroll with mutual friend Guy Ritchie and Madonna's son, Rocco on Monday.
The 16-year-olds kept the autumn chill at bay with matching hoodies as they grabbed a coffee and wandered through North London.
Out and about: model Kim Turnbull enjoyed a stroll with Guy Ritchie and Madonna's son, Rocco in London on Monday- after being pictured out with mutual pal Brooklyn Beckham
Kim, tying her brunette locks back in a pony tail and accessorising with large hoop earrings, wore a beaming smile throughout the outing.
The rising star, who has modelled for the likes of Maharishi on the catwalk, let her striking features speak for themselves with minimal make up.
Rocco, meanwhile, cut a more solemn figure, channeling some teenage angst with his hood pulled up over his baseball cap.
The pair were seen chatting away as they walked side by side with rucksacks on their backs.
Good pals: The 16-year-olds kept the autumn chill at bay with matching hoodies as they grabbed a coffee and wandered through North London
Happy days: Kim, tying her brunette locks back in a pony tail and accessorising with large hoop earrings, wore a beaming smile throughout the outing
Cheery gal: Kim looked a pictured of happiness as she enjoyed the outing
Last week Kim was treated to lunch by Brooklyn as the pair were seen enjoying a meal at Giraffe in north London.
The 17-year-old son of David and Victoria and the model and student both wore relaxed outfits for the meet up - only a day after they were seen strolling through the city streets together.
Brooklyn tried to keep a low profile with his yellow hoodie pulled up over his long blonde locks while Kim was similarly low-key in a T-shirt and Adidas tracksuit bottoms.
Earlier on: Rocco was spotted laughing as he chats to a friend in Primrose hill
Chinwag: The pair were seen conversing outside a cafe in the capital
While Brooklyn wore a 'Security' sweater, Kim followed the theme, wearing a 'Crew' T-shirt.
Tying her hair up in a neat bun, she accessorised with silver hoop earrings, clutching her smartphone in her hand.
After the meal, Brooklyn whisked Kim away in his £37,000 C-Class Mercedes which can do 0-60mph in just 6.7 seconds.
Kim was first to board the luxury vehicle and Brooklyn followed behind after he settled the bill - no doubt using some of the £100,000 he was given for appearing in an advert for Chinese mobile phone company Hauwei earlier this year.
Friends dine together: Kim Turnbull was treated to lunch by Brooklyn Beckham as the pair were seen enjoying a meal at Giraffe in north London
Their meet-up comes after Brooklyn's split with actress Chloe Moretz last month.
While Brooklyn and Rocco are tasting the limelight thanks to world-famous parents, Kim comes from equally well-renowned stock.
She is the granddaughter of celebrated sculptor, painter and printmaker William Turnbull.
Close: Kim also shared a picture of Rocco recently and tagged his private Instagram page
Described as one of the leading artists of the post-war generation, his subtle style set him apart from his contemporaries; earning him respect and fame in the wider art community.
Beyond Time: William Turnbull, a 2011 documentary about the legacy of the secretive Scottish artist (who passed away in 2012), was even narrated by actor Jude Law.
And while Brooklyn is making waves behind the lens, having shot for the likes of Burberry, Kim is also making a name for herself in the fashion world.
She walked in the Maharishi show at the London Collections: Men AW15 last January.
Going places: while Brooklyn is making waves behind the lens, having shot for the likes of Burberry, Kim is also making a name for herself in the fashion world
KIM TURNBULL'S PRESTIGIOUS ARTISTIC CONNECTIONS
Connections: Kim Turnbull is the granddaughter of sculptor William Turnbull
Rocco's new close pal Kim is the granddaughter of celebrated sculptor, painter and printmaker William Turnbull (1922-2012). Described as one of the leading artists of the post-war generation, his subtle style set him apart from his contemporaries.
Born in Dundee, he began working as a labourer while taking evening art classes before joining the RAF to fight in World War II. Once back on British soil, he won a place at the prestigious Slade art school, where he quickly fell in love with sculpting.
Along with Eduardo Paolozzi, Patrick Heron and Alan Davie, he became known as one of the radical artists of his time. His work has been displayed at some of the world's most prestigious galleries, including London's Tate. Beyond Time: William Turnbull, a 2011 documentary about his legacy was narrated by Jude Law.
Kim has been sighted numerous times in recent weeks with Brooklyn's pal Rocco, 16.
And Rocco, who has recently begun to live full-time in the capital, even took his striking friend to a London Fashion Week bash.
The teens were all smiles as they stuck close to each other at Love Magazine's LFW party last week.
Best of pals: Kim has been sighted numerous times in recent weeks with Brooklyn's pal Rocco
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