Brooklyn Beckham has won over Chloe Grace Moretz's "super protective" brothers and she even finds them texting one another in secret.
The 19-year-old actress admits she "likes" it when her four older siblings try to intimidate guys, but they get on so well with her boyfriend - who she recently rekindled her romance with, having first been romantically linked in April 2014 - she even finds them texting one another in secret.
She told 'The Late Late Show' host James Corden: "They're super protective, but I kind of like it.
"I kind of like when a guy shows up at the door and then I have, like, four very macho men to be like, 'Hey, what are you doing?' They're pretty like, 'Don't mess with my sister.'
"They like him so they're nice to him now. Now that I have a boyfriend, they correspond [with each other] secretively.
"We were all at dinner the other night and I caught my boyfriend texting my brother. ... Maybe it's like, they're intimidating each other on text message."
But the 'If I Stay' actress insists she is "in control" of her relationship with the 17-year-old aspiring photographer.
She said: "At the start it was like, 'What's he want? What's he looking for?'
"I'm like, 'Guys, I'm the older woman. It's OK here. I'm in control.' "
Chloe recently admitted she gets on well with Brooklyn's famous parents, David and Victoria Beckham.
She said: "He's a great dad, she's a great mother. They genuinely are very good parents that's what matters most, they made a pretty son."
And it was recently revealed the 'Kick-Ass' actress has been given the seal of approval from David and Victoria, who are also parents to Romeo, 13, Cruz, 11, and Harper, four.
A source said: "Victoria adores her. She's even offered to help Chloe with her modelling ambitions and they've been having girlie bonding sessions with Harper.
"Victoria has been joking how it's good to finally be levelling things out with the female to male ratio in the family.
"The boys also love her and Victoria says she's become part of the family - spending weekends at their home and going for dinner at least three nights a week."