Chloë Grace Moretz’s Awkward Teen Vogue Cover (Brooklyn Beckham, Is That You?)

Timing is everything — and the timing of Chloë Grace Moretz’s new Teen Vogue cover isn’t the best.

The blond powerhouse looks pretty as a picture on the October/November cover of the junior fashion bible. Only who does she have her arms flung around on the cover? Looks like Brooklyn Beckham — or a well-staged Brooklyn Beckham look-alike — to us.

Most of the comments about the cover, which she posted on Instagram, are about Brooklyn. (In short: Is that Brooklyn? Are you back together? Why did you break up? You looked so cute together.) She had to see that coming.

It was reported on Sept. 1 that the young political activist, 19, called it quits with Victoria and David Beckham’s son, 17, after they were inseparable for most of the summer — and even made their red carpet debut. Since their split, she has announced that she’s pulling back from the spotlight, being more “picky” about the roles she chooses.

In the Teen Vogue cover story — which was clearly done a month ago (again, awkward) — the Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising, who was interviewed by Julianne Moore (her mentor and Carrie co-star), talked all about her British beau. She described their romance as a “newer relationship” and said it worked in part because his family traveled a lot, so he understood her schedule and lifestyle.

“Getting into a relationship with someone who also has lived some of their life between cities, from L.A. to New York to London, is easier,” she told the mag. “We both understand that there will be times when we can’t speak because we are too busy. Some of it is just based on trust. If you feel that you can trust each other and go eight hours without talking, then you have something that can withstand space and time.”

She also talked about the possibility of collaborating on a project with the budding photog (she was into it), but more pressing was their day-to-day life, during which they were hounded by paparazzi.

“We’ll go out and there will be 15 paparazzi and we’re just going to a grocery store,” she said. “We are real people and we’re having real emotional experiences, and all this is happening around us. Trying to keep ourselves in our own little world is difficult.”

It was too difficult apparently. Another challenge will be getting over someone while seeing this cover on newsstands — for the next two months.