Victoria Beckham defends son Brooklyn Beckham’s ‘Raw’ beef

Victoria Beckham defends son Brooklyn Beckham’s ‘Raw’ beef

Victoria Beckham defends son Brooklyn Beckham’s ‘Raw’ beef

  • Brooklyn Beckham shared an Instagram video of himself preparing a Sunday roast on Wednesday.
  • Outlets reported that fans criticized the recipe, saying the meat looked undercooked.
  • Victoria Beckham defended her eldest son in a now-deleted Instagram story.

Victoria Beckham defended her eldest son Brooklyn after people criticized his Sunday roast recipe as “raw”.

Fans began discussing the recipe on Wednesday when Brooklyn, married to Nicola Peltz, shared a new Instagram video. Footage showed the pair making a Michelin-rated roast, but as outlets like Fox News and HuffPost UK reported, some fans were less than impressed.

A post by @brooklynpeltzbeckham

Instagram users suggested in the video’s comments section that Brooklyn’s Sunday roast was undercooked. A few commentators came to Brooklyn’s defense, including Victoria.

“I will try this for your father and your brothers and sisters,” Victoria wrote in a now-deleted Instagram Story, HuffPost UK reported. “It’s rare that people aren’t raw,” she continued.

Brooklyn Peltz Beckham Sunday Roast on Instagram

A picture of the finished beef.

Brooklyn Peltz Beckham/Instagram

Brooklyn officials did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment.

Brooklyn has immersed himself in the world of cooking in recent years, including his 2022 Facebook Watch series Cookin’ With Brooklyn, in which he prepared a variety of dishes with various celebrities. The series has eight episodes so far, with rapper 24kGolde and internet influencer David Dobrik among the guests. He’s also appeared on a handful of television shows to showcase his recipes, including Good Morning America and The Late Late Show With James Corden.

Brooklyn Beckham, Nicola Peltz 2022 Met Gala

Brooklyn and Nicola Peltz Beckham at the 2022 Met Gala.

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Brooklyn said in an August 2022 Variety interview that he prefers the term “chef” to “cook.” The outlet noted that Brooklyn began posting time-lapse videos of himself preparing dishes like Beef Wellington to his Instagram account in 2021.

“I’m almost 100% self-taught,” Brooklyn told the outlet. “I’ve been doing this every day since the quarantine began and it’s the only thing that distracts me from everything I’m thinking about.”

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