Brooklyn likes to be at the stove
Beckham scion jokes about his wife's cooking skills

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Just like his famous father, Brooklyn Beckham likes to swing the wooden spoon. The 24-year-old likes to share his recipes with his followers online. But his wife doesn't seem to be enthusiastic about cooking.

Love goes through the stomach? Apparently not at Brooklyn Beckham's house. While the 24-year-old is living out his passion for cooking, he has now mocked his wife Nicola Peltz Beckham's lack of kitchen skills. When asked whether the 29-year-old could cook, he answered uncharacteristically: “Not to save her life!”

In an interview with British newspaper The Times, David and Victoria Beckham's eldest son spoke about how he learned to cook from his famous father. “My father was always the one cooking in the house, my mother not so much,” he explained. “I just loved hanging out in the kitchen with him, I loved the smell of food.”

“Always wish the haters all the best”

The Beckham scion has been sharing cooking content on social media for several years and also hosted a Facebook series called “Cookin' with Brooklyn” from 2021 to 2022.. In it he cooked together with professional chefs or celebrities. The 24-year-old said that the next generation of Beckhams – he and his three siblings – now meet to cook.

“We never say it's like a competition, even if we get on each other's nerves a little bit – that's just what brothers do. All of us in the kitchen. Just listening to music, cooking together, it's fun. ” It is simply “the best”. His wife, to whom he has been married since 2022, does not seem to share the Beckham clan's passion for cooking. She apparently takes more after her mother-in-law Victoria.

However, Brooklyn Beckham has had to take some criticism for his cooking videos. Because he presented some simple dishes such as pasta sauce and sandwiches, he was ridiculed. In an interview, he was calm about this: “I always wish the haters all the best. I'm just doing what I love: staying healthy, being happy, and that's exactly it. There will always be people out there They try to pull you down.”

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