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Brandi Fowler
Jul 29, 2016 @ 5:45 pm

Brooklyn Beckham might just be one of the sweetest boyfriends around. Victoria and David Beckham's 17-year-old son gushed over his girlfriend, 19-year-old Chloë Grace Moretz after she gave a speech at the Democratic National Convention, posting a couple of sweet photos from their time together in Philadelphia (and he even threw in the 'L' word while he was at it).

"So proud of this one. @chloegmoretz @hillaryclinton #imwithher. Love you xx," Brooklyn captioned a black-and-white shot of his ladylove in the audience of the DNC, gazing out towards the stage.

Look who surprised me !!! We are Ready to watch @hillaryclinton make history.. (Tune in at 9:18 for my speech xox)

A photo posted by Chloe Grace Moretz (@chloegmoretz) on

If that wasn't sweet enough, the budding photographer soon added another black-and-white snap, which showed Brooklyn wrapping his arm around Moretz and planting a kiss on her head as she leaned on his chest. "Such a special night," he wrote alongside the photo.

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Such a special night ❤️

A photo posted by bb (@brooklynbeckham) on

It was clear Moretz thought so too. Before she took the stage at the convention, she shared a photo of herself sitting next to Brooklyn in the audience with the caption, "Look who surprised me !!! We are Ready to watch @hillaryclinton make history.. (Tune in at 9:18 for my speech xox)."

Look who surprised me !!! We are Ready to watch @hillaryclinton make history.. (Tune in at 9:18 for my speech xox)

A photo posted by Chloe Grace Moretz (@chloegmoretz) on

During her speech, the Neighbors 2 star urged millennials to vote for the democratic nominee, telling the crowd, "I am so excited to be able to say that my first vote for president will be for Hillary Clinton. What's wild is that nearly four out of five young people actually stayed home in the 2014 congressional elections. Imagine what can happen if we all make our voice heard this November at the ballot box."

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