Brooklyn Beckham’s ex-girlfriend Hana Cross ‘upgrades’ to date Rafferty Law
Hana and Rafferty were spotted locking lips at a West London pub. The model previously dated Brooklyn – who recently became engaged to billionaire heiress Nicola Peltz
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Hana Cross has moved on from Brooklyn Beckham to embark on a romance with rocker and actor Rafferty Law.
The 23-year-old model and musician had a high profile romance with 21-year-old Brooklyn last year – but after headline-grabbing public arguments and PDAs, the pair split and he almost immediately began dating now-fiancée Nicola Peltz, 25.
However, Hana has moved on to a bright new relationship with 24-year-old model, actor and singer Rafferty – who is also the son of acting legends Jude Law and Sadie Frost.
Hana and Raff are said to be embarking on a passionate new romance and were spotted snogging in a pub in Notting Hill in recent days.
A source told the Mail on Sunday: “They were kissing like no one was looking.”
The publication went on to state that friends of Hana consider Raff to be an “upgrade” on Brooklyn.
A source told the publication: “He’s the hottest guy in London right now.
“He’s the singer of rock band Outer Stella Drive, he’s playing Oliver Twist in a new movie with Rita Ora, and he’s in a film with his dad.”
Outer Stella Drive have been releasing music since 2018 – with Raff fronting the four-strong group playing lead guitar and proving lead vocals.
While he is also signed as a model to Select Model Management and has been flexing his acting muscles in recent years – with a short film titled The Hat opposite his father, 47-year-old Jude, due out this year.
Triple threat Raff is arguably a more accomplished star than critically panned photographer Brooklyn.
The university drop-out is best known for being the offspring of David and Victoria Beckham.
He released his debut photography book, What I See, in 2017 – which was mauled by critics with the I Newspaper arts editor branding its content “terrible” and fashion photographer Chris Floyd panning the work as “sheer nepotism” in The Guardian.