He recently raised his eyebrows after it was revealed his 8-minute cooking show “cost $100,000” to film him making a sandwich.
But Brooklyn Beckham brushed off the drama as he took to Instagram on Thursday night to show off his very risque pajamas which depict rhinos mating.
The budding photographer turned budding chef, 22, was also seen having fun with his fiancée Nicola Peltz’s pet dog, Label, in a photo shared on his social media.
Pose: Brooklyn Beckham put the drama of the cooking show aside as he took to Instagram on Thursday night to show off his very risque pajamas which depict rhinos mating
In his nighttime selfie, Brooklyn certainly looked ready for bed as he snapped a selfie of himself in the quirky white and blue pajamas.
He pulled a Posh Spice-worthy pout and stared sullenly into the mirror, accessorizing his look with a plethora of necklaces.
Meanwhile, the photo with his pooch saw Brooklyn in a slightly happier mood as he played with the adorable pooch, with Nicola, 27, captioning the snap: ‘Best friends’.
The couple acquired the dog in November shortly after the tragic death of their adorable dog Frankie
Sweet: The aspiring photographer-turned-chef, 22, was also seen having fun with his fiancée Nicola Peltz’s pet dog, Label, in a photo shared on his social media
Brooklyn’s social media posts come after it was revealed the aspiring chef enlisted a 62-person crew at the exorbitant cost of $100,000 to film him making a sandwich.
The aspiring but talentless chef stars in his much-criticized online series, Cookin’ With Brooklyn, in which he demonstrates his cooking skills – despite appearing since he was unable to fry a potato hash browns without help.
In one of the eight-minute episodes, the son of David and Victoria Beckham, who has no professional chef training, shows his Instagram and Facebook followers how to make a bagel sandwich with a hash brown, coleslaw and fried sea bream.
According to New York Postthe video had a team of professionals including a “food producer” who validates the recipes, five cameramen and nine producers.
Cost: Brooklyn’s social media posts come after it was revealed the aspiring chef enlisted a 62-person crew at the exorbitant cost of $100,000 to film him making a sandwich
Brooklyn has recently come under fire for his often-derided cooking skills. More recently, an appearance on The Late Late Show was criticized by several professional chefs who called attention to Brooklyn’s lack of training and expertise.
A source said of the over-the-top Brooklyn squad for their online videos: “It’s unheard of.” It’s the kind of crew you’d expect on a major TV show.
The insider added that each episode of the eight-minute online show costs $100,000 to make.
In the sandwich video, Brooklyn didn’t bake any sandwiches, just spread mayonnaise on the bagel and lay the ingredients on top.
He didn’t know how to fry fish and was also heard asking how to tell when a hash brown was done frying.
Show: In a clip from Cookin’ With Brooklyn, David and Victoria Beckham’s son shows his Instagram and Facebook followers how to make a bagel sandwich with hash brown, coleslaw and fried sea bream
Wow: According to the New York Post, the video had a team of professionals, including a “food producer” who approves recipes, five cameramen and nine producers.
In the video, he said, “I eat half the fish and then I like to mess it all up and put it in two loaves of bread with the fish, vinegar, salt, pea mash.”
Speaking to the camera, he added: “The coleslaw gives the sandwiches a different texture, like a crunchy texture.”
The source said: “He has to cook this [his mother] Posh was to sing. Apparently the guy has to be shown some really super basic stuff and has a cheat sheet of expressions ranging from whipping to stewing, many illustrated with pictures.
Brooklyn’s family is mentioned in every episode, with the source claiming that “everything he does” is run by his parents.
MailOnline has contacted representatives for Brooklyn Beckham for comment.
A source told the publication: ‘This is unheard of. It’s the kind of crew you’d expect in a big TV show’
Creation: The ‘Brooklyn Special’ consists of a plain sea bream bagel, garlic aioli, hash brown and coleslaw
Couple: Brooklyn is set to wed his fiancée Nicola Peltz later this year
It comes after Brooklyn received a private demonstration from world-renowned chef Nobu Matsuhisa – the same week he was criticized for landing a cooking segment on The Late Late Show.
The star took to Instagram to share a photo of him and the famous restaurateur thanking him for the lesson.
Captioning the photo, he wrote: ‘So honored to learn from you @therealnobu x thank you so much for always teaching me.
Private lesson: It comes after Brooklyn received a private demonstration from world-renowned chef Nobu Matsuhisa – the same week he was criticized for landing a cooking segment on The Late Late Show
Grateful: Brooklyn took to Instagram to share a photo of himself and the famous restaurateur to thank him for the lesson
Chef Nobu commented on the snap, writing, “You learn very fast. And you make sushi with all your heart.
Victoria gushed over Brooklyn in the comments and added the post to her Instagram Stories, writing: ‘Now you can cook for me too!!! Love you, love that!!’
Elsewhere, Brooklyn has come under furious gunfire after landing a spot on The Late Late Show to plug his cooking career – despite having no professional training as a chef and claiming no personal fame beyond the notoriety of his parents.
The superstar offspring chatted with close family friend James Corden on the hit show – in a slot usually reserved for esteemed stars with talents under their belt – during which he showcased his talents as cook often ridiculed.
He shared details of his proposal to Nicola Peltz before challenging the fellow Brit, who has been close friends with his footballing father for more than a decade, to a cook – who viewers called ‘gritty’ and ‘ the definition of privilege”.
His appearance on the show was also criticized by several professional chefs who drew attention to Brooklyn’s lack of training and expertise.
While other critics questioned why he was chosen to present his cooking on the show instead of a professionally trained expert.
Nepotism? Brooklyn came under furious fire after landing a spot on The Late Late Show on Monday night to plug his cooking career – despite having no professional training