During an appearance on the “The Graham Norton Show,” David Beckham explained how his then 15-year-old son, Brooklyn, would go to him and Victoria for money. But the ex-soccer player wasn’t having it: “I told him that’s not how it works,” he said. After, Beckham asked the owner of a local coffee shop in London if Brooklyn could get a part-time job there on the weekends - and he did.
On the subject, Victoria Beckham said, “We both say no to the kids and they don’t get everything they want. It’s nice to treat them but at the same time you don’t want to end up with spoilt little sods, and it could be very easy, especially living here (in Los Angeles). We’re very strict with them. We treat them now and then but they’re not the kind of kids who have everything they want when they want. I wouldn’t do that. It’s just not good for them. I want them to know you have to work hard for things and if they don’t say please or thank you, they don’t get anything.”
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett intends to donate most of his fortune to charity. In 2011, Peter Buffett, Buffett’s second-oldest son, told DailyFinance that his father “transferred values to me, and not wealth.”