This Morning chef Clodagh McKenna throws support behind Brooklyn Beckham’s cooking show


David and Victoria Beckham’s son has had an offer the top chef to improve his skills in the kitchen for his online TV series Cookin’ with Brooklyn

His culinary TV debut – in which he made a sausage sandwich – left a lot to be desired.

But Brooklyn Beckham has had an offer from This Morning ’s top chef to improve his skills in the kitchen.

And Clodagh McKenna thinks David and Victoria Beckham’s son is on to a winner with his online TV series Cookin’ with Brooklyn.

In it, the novice meets top chefs who help him try to learn… well, how to cook.

“This is my road to hopefully becoming a chef,” he told one guest. Clodagh said: “I love Brooklyn’s passion for cooking, his energy is contagious.

“He reaches a young generation and the positive message he is sending about his love for cooking will influence so many of his followers. He is obviously taking it very seriously getting cooking lessons from so many great chefs.

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“I’d love to teach him how to make my Irish soda bread!”

Her offer comes after news Cookin’ with Brooklyn’s eight-minute episodes cost £74,000 each, with Brooklyn using cheat sheets to identify utensils.

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