COOKIN WITH BROOKLYN
Brooklyn Beckham, the 22-year-old son of football hero David and Spice Girl turned fashion designer Victoria, has always had dreams of being a chef.
With this in mind he started showing his massive social following to his skills last year before signing a deal for his own show.
Cookin' With Brooklyn sees the aspiring chef rustle up some of his favourite dishes on Facebook Messenger's streaming service Watch Together.Dishes include a bagel stacked with hash browns, tortilla wraps and juicy steaks.
The Facebook show has a crew of 62 people working on it including a culinary producer, five cameramen and nine producers.
There’s been a big TV budget thrown at the production, with Insiders saying each episode of the show costs a staggering 74,000 to make. Each episode lasts 8 minutes and was commissioned for an 8 episode series.
The show is produced by influencer content company Wheelhouse DNA and bears a copyright for Meta, the parent company of Facebook and Instagram. His famous family, particularly his father, are mentioned in each episode.
This is Brooklyn’s third attempt at a career. As a teen, he hoped to become a professional footballer like his father, but was released by London club Arsenal at 15. He took photography and media studies at a private London college and was accepted to study photography at the Parsons School in New York,
With a fanbase of 13.4 million on Instagram we are sure this show will be a hit.
You can follow Brooklyn’s cooking exploits on his Instagram HERE