Brooklyn Beckham and Chloe Grace Moretz have reportedly been offered their own reality show - but his mother Victoria Beckham doesn't want him to do it.
The couple are reportedly the subject of a bidding war between US networks who are "desperate" to sign them up for a documentary millions, and are willing to pay "millions" to persuade them to lay bare their lives on screen.
A source said "American networks are desperate to sign them up.
"MTV and E! are both interested, apparently.
"They're prepared to offer them millions - they think it would be TV gold. Brooklyn is from one of the most famous families in the world and Chloe is a Hollywood star...
"TV execs have been following their romance for a while and timing for a show is perfect. They have legions of fans desperate to find out what their life together is like behind closed doors."
However, the couple's families are unconvinced by the plan, with 17-year-old Brooklyn's mother, fashion designer Victoria Beckham, particularly opposed to the idea, especially because of the criticism she received from her own 2007 show 'Victoria Beckham: Coming to America'.
A source told heat magazine: "Neither of Brooklyn's parents are happy but it's Victoria who is particularly resistant.
"She thinks Brooklyn is too young. He understands their concerns but it has caused quite a lot of tension because he likes the idea of using his celebrity status for a project
"But until he's 18 next March. he has to get his mum and dad's permission to do any TV show.
"Victoria remembers being described as vapid and self-indulgent after her show and she wants to protect her kids from that kind of scrutiny. Reality TV is not the kind of exposure they want. It could be damaging for brand Beckham."