Rocco Ritchie cuts a dapper figure in a white double-breasted jacket as he enjoys a low-key night out in Mayfair
Rocco Ritchie put on an ever-dapper display as he enjoyed a night out in London on Friday.
Madonna and Guy Ritchie’s son, 21, had certainly dressed to impress as he stepped out in the swanky district of Mayfair in a white double-breasted jacket.
The trendy number featured a contrasting black triangle and he donned an onyx pair of trousers, while being flanked by a friend.
Looking good: Rocco Ritchie, 21, put on an ever-dapper display in a smart white double-breasted jacket as he enjoyed a night out in London on Friday
Strolling through the Big Smoke in a smart pair of charcoal loafers featuring a gold emblem, Rocco wore his short brown locks in a tousled hairdo.
It comes after his superstar mum, 63, was slammed on social media for recreating Marilyn Monroe’s death bed scene.
In the latest V Magazine cover interview, the Like A Virgin singer was seen laying face down on a mattress exposing her bottom, while in another shot prescription pill bottles could be seen by a nightstand.
Marilyn was found in dead in her Brentwood, California home in 1962, and is said to have overdosed on sedative drugs the night before.
Suave: Madonna and Guy Ritchie’s son, 21, had certainly dressed to impress as he stepped out in the swanky district of Mayfair in a white jacket
A photograph of the death bed scene looks eerily similar to setting created by photographer Steven Klein, and fans were quick to express their feelings of it being bad taste on Friday.
‘For some morbid and eerie reason, Madonna decides to re-create Marilyn Monroe’s death bed,’ pop culture expert Mike Sington tweeted.
Many replied saying, ‘This isn’t cool. Glamorizing suicide is the only takeaway once the shock factor wears off,’ while another said: ‘Yuck. Gross and inappropriate.’
Another wrote: ‘this makes me queasy . seems to me in bad taste.’
The photographer said he was inspired by Bert Stern’s series The Last Sitting, which is believed to be the final photoshoot that Marilyn Monroe sat for, six weeks before her death on August 4, 1962.
In Klein’s shoot, he re-created the iconic shoot with the Material Girl wearing no shirt and thong undies as she laid face down with a cross on her back.
The chart-topping star also showed off her chest when in a bustier as she was surrounded by male bodyguards.
Exploring the city: Strolling through the capital in a smart pair of charcoal loafers featuring a gold emblem, Rocco wore his short brown locks in a tousled hairdo