Brooklyn Beckham meets with social media giants to discuss TV chef career

David Beckham's eldest son Brooklyn Beckham will be meeting with the bosses of YouTube and Facebook to discuss a new potential career move for the part-time photographer.

The 22-year-old is reportedly planning on a big career move after his cooking videos that he shared online with fans have proved to be a massive hit.

Brooklyn is hoping to rebrand himself as a celebrity chef after he's continued to wow his following his amazing culinary skills on social media.

David and Victoria Beckham's son is said to be pitching online TV ideas to Facebook and YouTube bosses in a bid to break into the industry of world-renowned cooks.

The footballer's son has already impressed fans with his calorific creations – including tutorial videos on how to make French toast and a towering stack of burgers.

The Sun reports: “Brooklyn’s got a real flair in the kitchen and the tutorials he has posted on Instagram have received great feedback.

“He has been signed up by an American called Kai Gayoso, who is a digital talent expert.

“Kai thinks Brooklyn could make an online cookery series a huge success. Talks are ongoing with YouTube and Facebook about what Brooklyn can offer.”

Brooklyn also has celebrity friends who can help steer him in the right direction such as Gordon Ramsay.

It looks possible that Brooklyn could succeed in the industry that his own famous father has failed in.

Back in 2018, David was reportedly looking to create a cookery show of his own on an American TV network.

A source told the Daily Star Sunday at the time: “He’s not just another celebrity guest star having a quick laugh in a cookery show.

"David is the real deal and has an extensive knowledge of fitness nutrition from his playing days.”

The proposed show was to include personal trainer Tegan Haining – with the source claiming: “Tegan’s recipes for power drinks are legendary and I’m sure David would want to appeal to fitness enthusiasts as well as foodies by featuring them on his mini-show.”

But the series never materialised and the half-baked plans appeared to be reviewed in 2020, however, with reports emerging suggesting the ex-footballer was pitching to the BBC and Netflix for a cooking show.

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