Brooklyn Beckham says he's working on new cooking series

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The amateur chef is hoping to take his culinary skills to the next level as he plans to launch a new cooking docuseries.

Brooklyn Peltz Beckham is advancing his culinary career with a new docuseries in which he will be required to prepare meals in renowned eateries.

As the eldest son of former Manchester United star David Beckham, Brooklyn was once expected to carry on his father's legacy by becoming a, at least professional, footballer. That dream proved to be short-lived, however, as Brooklyn, alongside his two brothers, was dropped from Arsenal's Youth Academy after underperforming.

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While Romeo continues to pursue a footballing career (like Beckham) and Cruz dabbles in pop music (like Victoria), Brooklyn has attempted several career endeavors, including photography, modeling, and most recently cooking. Despite initial criticism that he lacked professional culinary schooling to be qualified as a chef, Brooklyn has stayed committed to what he describes 'life-long passion'.

Brooklyn says he's not a professional chef

Cookin' With Brooklyn, an eight-part Facebook series that featured the 23-year-old son of football star David Beckham and Spice Girl Victoria cooking at home, was already presented by Brooklyn Beckham. According to Metro, the self-taught chef teased a new documentary in which he will advance his profession by working in the kitchens of some renowned eateries.

Brooklyn has spent the last two years mostly cooking for Instagram videos where he offers his followers simple advice on preparing foods like burgers and sandwiches.

Nevertheless, Brooklyn is now leaning toward a docuseries while acknowledging that he is 'not a professional chef – at all’.

He acknowledged:

‘I’ve never said that. I never would say that. My dad knew what he was doing at a very young age. I’ve only been cooking for not even three years.’

He added:

‘It’s okay to be 25, 26, or even 30 and not know what you’re doing yet. You know what I mean?’

When Cookin' with Brooklyn first aired earlier this year, it garnered a lot of attention. According to reports, a sandwich cost $100,000 (£74,000), and the eight-minute program reportedly had a team of 62 people record him constructing a bagel sandwich with coleslaw, a hash brown, and fried sea bream.

After some mocked Brooklyn's culinary abilities, including his Today Show appearance when he made an English breakfast sandwich, the show had gotten mixed reviews.

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However, he is now reportedly moving on to the next project, which is just getting started.

What is Brooklyn's new series?

Brooklyn recently revealed to Bustle that he is now filming a new docuseries in which he will be doing line cooking in renowned restaurants.

Although he withheld any more information on his upcoming program, we are already quite interested in what is to come.

The 73-year-old master chef Nobu Matsuhisa, who shares a Century City high-rise with Beckham and his devoted wife of seven months, Nicola, has already shown him a lot of support.

Brooklyn stated in another part of the interview that he was too ‘sensitive’ to follow in the footsteps of his 47-year-old father after failing to obtain a scholarship with the Arsenal Football Club Academy when he was 15 years old.

Brooklyn said, ‘I have a lot of anxiety’.

The 23-year-old, who once followed in his dad's footsteps as a footballer, candidly shared:

‘And to try and live up to what my dad did, it was just like, it got to the point where I was just, like, I just want to make my name for myself and work my arse off. I'm a Pisces. Sensitive.'

However, Beckham acknowledged that he does like his father in terms of being a complete ‘wife guy’ since he and Nicola frequently wear identical clothing.

The previous photographer, who wishes to name his first LA bar after the 27-year-old Welcome to Chippendales actress, said, ‘Definitely, definitely’.

Brooklyn disputed that his renowned mother and wife were at odds, saying:

‘People love to write stuff; they always love to write rubbish, and they write it because it goes everywhere and everyone talks about it’.

Brooklyn gushed over his wife and revealed that when he finally fulfils his desire of building a ‘proper English pub’, the name will have ‘something to do with her’, adding:

'I mean, this is a woman’s world. And guys are just living in it. The girls are in charge.’

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