Freddie Every is currently living with his father in temporary housing after dad Colin, 50, and David Beckham’s sister Lynne split up after 11 years of marriage in 2010.
The teenager claims he grew up playing with his cousins Brooklyn Beckham and Romeo Beckham, but says now their lives couldn’t be more different.
Freddie, 17 – who is on a bricklaying course, while living with Colin in a one-bedroom council flat – is reportedly wanting to get back in touch with his family, and re-live the happy memories they all once shared.
“I’m filled with mixed emotions,” he told the Sunday Mirror. “I just want to be able to go for a meal and talk and catch up. I’m not asking for more than that.
“Growing up we saw them loads and I have so many happy memories of playing at their house, doing Easter egg hunts and playing on quad bikes. Then suddenly it all stopped and I am on the outside looking in, only seeing them live their lives on Instagram or on the TV.
“I watched a documentary David did for TV three times to see if he mentioned me at all. But he didn’t, and that was hard.”
Victoria Beckham shows off the array of balloons on show for Harper’s birthday party [Instagram/Victoria Beckham]
Freddie claims he last saw his uncle nine years ago at a Chinese restaurant in Essex, but says he went for a meal at Pizza Express with his cousins and Victoria back in 2012.
His first job was at Romford Market, where he worked on a noodle stand and earned £200 a month – whereas Brooklyn recently took home a whopping £100,000 for a single phone company advert. Now, Freddie says he has just £1.36 in the bank.
“At the end of the day I am proud of my uncle,” he told the publication.
However, he added that he never tells anyone about his relatives as they would never believe him, adding: “I don’t know how I’d explain it.”
Freddie says his mother and younger brother Josh, 13, apparently live in a £470k home – but he is struggling to make ends meet while living on benefits with his father.
He went on to say he sold a pair of £200 Yeezy trainers gifted to him from David as a late Christmas present, and has to pedal around London on a mountain bike as he can’t afford driving lessons – while Brooklyn enjoys a £35,000 SWB series Land Rover.
“I think about the difference in our lives sometimes, but it’s hard to explain. Their lives are hard to imagine,” he added. “I don’t really like seeing it but it is what it is at the end of the day. They are still my family and I’d like to see them again.”
OK! Online have contacted a representative for David for further comment.