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.
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.
Brooklyn Beckham’s cooking faux pas’
1. Brooklyn was slated by fans for his ‘raw’ meat while whipping up a Sunday dinner.
2. His salad and plain spaghetti left much to be desired in a silent cooking tutorial
3. He hired a film crew for $100,000 to film him making a sandwich
4. He required assistance with frying a hash brown
5. During a cooking segment on The Today Show, viewers poked fun at his humble breakfast 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.
Just a couple of weeks later Brooklyn whipped up a humble fish-and-chip sandwich.
While he previously required assistance to fry a hash brown, the son of David and Victoria Beckham proved that he’d picked up more potato know-how as he began cutting up some potatoes and frying them in oil to make fresh hot chips.
He then salted up the fries, before making his own batter for two small fresh fish fillets, which he cooked in a pan.
Brooklyn then gently placed the crumbling fish fillets onto fresh bread, layered on the chips and finished with the sauce, before cutting the sandwich in half.
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
Back in January, Brooklyn sparked more controversy, when he gave his spin on a traditional roast dinner on Wednesday, whipping up aged beef that looked underdone with a side of carrots and potatoes.
The TV personality was widely mocked over the Instagram video, with fans claiming the beef looked raw and that too much butter had been used to prepare the vegetables.
Fans were also left questioning how much the meal would have cost to prepare and whether the average person could afford to replicate it.
Butchers told MailOnline that the meat appeared to be a five kilo cut of 28 day dry aged sirloin which would be worth between £200 and £300 at a meat market.
Pricey: Back in January, Brooklyn sparked more controversy, when he gave his spin on a traditional roast dinner on Wednesday, whipping up aged beef that looked underdone
Brooklyn also used copius amounts of butter, which is currently at a sky high price due to a global milk shortage.
Shocked fans rushed to comment on the cost of the meal, with one commenting: ‘What pains me the most is that probably cost more than most British families can afford to spend on food in a wk. [sic]’
Others added: ‘Heart attack on a plate. Totally unnecessary amount of it. Most peoples budgets do not include ‘ aged’ any kind of meat. In fact those black gloves put me right off anyway. So unappealing!’;
‘Such a waste, while others are starving to death. Where it’s the dislike button?’; ‘I think looks money?’; ‘does he not know how expensive lurpak is, defo no Costy livvy crisis over in the states?’
‘Couldn’t afford the amount of butter used! Rather pay a tenna for carvery than 80 quid in butter’; ‘Wonder the cost because the butter price was about £430’.
Despite backlash over the meal, Brooklyn received praise from his mother Victoria Beckham, who said she’d be using the recipe as ‘inspiration’ for the next meal she makes her family.
Sharing Brooklyn’s video on Instagram, the 48-year-old designer penned: ‘Inspiration for Sunday’s roast. I’ll be attempting this for your dad and brothers and sister!’
Hitting back at fan criticism, she then pointedly added: ‘It’s rare people not raw’.
Too much: Brooklyn also used copius amounts of butter, which is currently at a sky high price due to a global milk shortage
Oily: Next up were the potatoes which were covered in oil and beef fat to make them ‘really crispy’
As he presented the step-by-step guide, Brooklyn’s fans were stunned by the sheer amount of butter and oil used for the meal, with some saying the meat was far too raw when he proudly plated it up.
Brooklyn started out by slathering the huge roasting joint with two slabs of butter, garlic and herbs before putting it in the oven.
Fans watching the video claimed that the amount he used was ‘reckless’ and even suggested that it could induce a heart attack.
Ready to moo: Brooklyn’s fans were convinced the beef was undone after he cut into the joint and showed off the finished product
Next up were the potatoes which were covered in oil and beef fat to make them ‘really crispy’, and plenty of Yorkshire puddings which collected a pool of oil in the centre.
Again, the pair turned to butter when cooking carrots mixing it with carrot juice to create a glaze over the vegetables.
After taking a bite, Brooklyn said: ‘Just like a have it in England. The best Sunday roast.’
But it seems some of his followers begged to differ.
One wrote: ‘I don’t think I would eat meat like that’, while another follower added: ‘Might as well bite the cow while it’s grazing.’
A third chimed: ‘Kind of rare’, while others were offended by the sheer amount of butter used in the meal.
Serving it up: Again, the pair turned to butter when cooking carrots mixing it with carrot juice to create a glaze over the vegetables
‘So much grease!’ After taking a bite, Brooklyn said: ‘Just like a have it in England. The best Sunday roast.’ But it seems some of his followers begged to differ
One follower joked: ‘Heart attack on a plate’, while another added: ‘Way too much oil’.
Brooklyn has largely been cooking for Instagram videos over the past few years as he shares basic tips with his followers on meals such as burgers and sandwiches.
But he admitted to Bustle in a recent interview: ‘I’m not a professional chef – at all.’
‘I’ve never said that. I never would say that. Obviously, my dad [retired footballer David Beckham] knew what he was doing at a very young age. I’ve only been doing cooking for not even three years.’
Brooklyn stressed: ‘It’s okay to be 25, 26, or even 30 and not know what you’re doing yet. You know what I mean?’
Proud mother: Victoria Beckham leapt to her son’s defence after he was widely mocked over his latest disastrous cooking tutorial