Back to the day job! Brooklyn Beckham shows off his cooking skills as he whips up a poké bowl – after being mocked for switching professions AGAIN to become a stylist
He was subject of online mockery after making yet another career change to try his hand as a stylist.
But it was back to the day job for Brooklyn Beckham on Friday, as he took to Instagram to share a video of his latest recipe, a Hawaiian poké bowl.
The budding chef, 23, who has previously been the subject of fan ridicule for sharing his simple recipes online, took to social media to share a sped-up video assembling the popular cuisine.
Back to the day job! Brooklyn Beckham’s brief stint as a stylist hasn’t taken flight, as he returned to his chef career to whip up a poke bowl in an Instagram video on Thursday
In the video, Brooklyn demonstrated how to assemble a poke bowl, which included seaweed, avocado and mango, and rice made using a rice maker.
The clip eventually showed Brooklyn displaying the finished product, with several fans sharing their compliments for him in the comments.
It seemed that Brookyln’s recent attempt to kickstart a new career as a stylist hadn’t worked out as he planned, after he was mocked by fans online when he appeared in a TikTok video alongside his wife Nicola Peltz.
In the Vogue clip, the son of Victoria and David Beckham talked through his wife Nicola’s outfit, explaining exactly what he liked about it.
Demonstration: The budding chef took to social media to share a sped-up video assembling the popular cuisine
THIS is how you do it! In the video, Brooklyn demonstrated how to assemble a poke bowl, which included seaweed, avocado and mango, and rice made using a rice maker
Eat up! The clip eventually showed Brooklyn displaying the finished product, with several fans sharing their compliments for him in the comments
Drink up! Brooklyn showed off his finished dish in the Instagram video, a day after attempting to explore a new career as a stylist
Nicola models a black tank top and high-waisted blue jeans, with a grungy long leather jacket and platform high heel boots.
Pointing at each part of the outfit, Brooklyn says: ‘I love the little high-waisted jeans and I love like a nice tight shirt.
‘I love the high boots, I think they’re very sexy. Little Matrix jacket – I love it.’
Meanwhile, Brooklyn himself sports a pair of baggy blue jeans, a zip-up hoodie and a backwards baseball cap.
You could say that @brooklynbeckham loves @nicolapeltzbeckham’s style. Like, really loves it. As seen on the latest episode of #vogue7days7looks
Like mother like son: It seemed that Brookyln’s recent attempt to kickstart a new career as a stylist hadn’t worked out as he planned, after he was mocked by fans online for TikTok video
Appreciation: The son of Victoria and David Beckham appeared alongside his wife in a new video with Vogue
Fans asked whether Brooklyn was attempting to find a new line of work, after previous careers as a photographer, footballer and chef.
One said: ‘Photographer. Chef. Stylist. Wow…so many careers. So many icks.’
Another agreed, writing : ‘Dude is cosplaying a different career every other week’.
While a third echoed: ‘Is this Brooklyn Beckham… the Brooklyn Beckham, chef, photographer, stylist extraordinaire’.
Mocking: Many fans took to the comments to question if Brooklyn was attempting to find a new line of work, after previous careers as a photographer, footballer and chef
Someone else wrote: ‘He’s doing a free trial of everything’.
Another tweeted: ‘Brooklyn’s free trial as a chef has now ended. He’s now a stylist who loves things! Congrats Brooklyn!’
Brooklyn has tried out many different jobs in his life, after first attempting to follow in his father’s footsteps into football.
Family: Brooklyn previously played in Arsenal’s youth academy but decided to give up the sport when the club released him at 16 (pictured in 2015)
However, he decided to walk away from the sport at age 16 after being released from the Arsenal club as a youth prospect.
Brooklyn admitted he felt pressure to live up to his father David’s reputation as one of the world’s greatest-ever footballers.
He said: ‘My dad wasn’t sad, because he was like, I just want you to be happy. But of course I was sad. It was my whole life since I was literally 2.
‘To try and live up to what my dad did in football, I was just like, that’s going to be a bit difficult.’
He then decided to become a photographer and shot a campaign for Burberry BRIT, but was slammed by various well-known snappers for his work.
Not to be: Brooklyn then briefly attended New York’s Parson’s School of Design to study photography in 2017, but he left one year later because he was homesick
Brooklyn then briefly attended New York’s Parson’s School of Design to study photography in 2017, but he left one year later because he was homesick.
He then turned to food, determined to become a chef and speaking of his hopes to open a pub in LA that serves ‘healthy comfort food’ and have a reality show with wife Nicola.
The star said he would ‘literally die’ for cooking, while dismissing his previous photography career – which saw him release panned 2017 book, What I See – as a ‘hobby.’
In December, Brooklyn treated his fans to a cooking tutorial – but he stuck to boiling a pot of plain spaghetti after whipping up a salad.
Delicious: Brooklyn is now learning to be a chef and frequently shares cooking videos for adoring fans
Brooklyn recently starred in his own online Cookin’ With Brooklyn series, which saw him enlist a 62-person crew at the eye-watering cost of $100,000 to film him making a sandwich.
In one of the eight-minute episodes, Brooklyn, who has no professional training as a chef, shows his Instagram and Facebook followers how to make a bagel sandwich with a hash brown, coleslaw and fried sea bream.
According to the New York Post, the video had a team of professionals on hand including a ‘culinary producer’ who approves the recipes, five camera operators and nine other producers.
Brooklyn was also panned for another televised cooking stunt – making a simple breakfast sandwich during a food segment on The Today Show.
Cost: This comes after it emerged the budding chef enlisted a 62-person crew at the eye-watering cost of $100,000 to film him making a sandwich for a series
The budding photographer appeared on the US programme and shared his ‘recipe’ for an English breakfast sandwich, a dish that he ‘learned from his great-grandma’.
Explaining that he developed a passion for cooking while in lockdown, during which he began posting videos of himself whipping up different dishes on Instagram, he then ran hosts Hoda Kotb and Carson Daly through his sandwich-making process.
Brooklyn came under furious fire after landing a slot on The Late Late Show to plug his cooking career – despite having no professional training as a chef and boasting no personal claim to fame beyond his parents’ prominence.
The superstar offspring chatted to close family friend James Corden on the hit show – in a slot typically saved for esteemed stars with talents under their belt – during which he showcased his frequently-ridiculed cooking skills.
His appearance on the show was also slammed by several professional chefs.
Nepotism? Brooklyn came under furious fire after landing a slot on The Late Late Show to plug his cooking career – despite having no professional training
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