David Beckham gave followers a glimpse into the kitchen of the well-known Cotswold household on Instagram this week when he and daughter Harper, 11, shared a cooking video.
The 48-year-old ex-footballer whipped up a burrito in the £12 million stone-floored, beamed barn conversion.
The couple, who bought the property in 2017, have renovated it from top to bottom, opting for stylish dark gray cabinets with gold handles and a built-in fridge.
David, who also has sons Brooklyn, 24, Roma, 20, and Cruz, 18, with wife Victoria, 49, even took a quick look at the fridge throughout his latest tutorial, as it was overflowing with fresh meat and fruit and spices.
To complete the nation’s home aesthetic, there’s a black double AGA and conventional pizza oven with a huge pile of wood ready for the household to sizzle Italian food.
Cooking: David Beckham gave followers a glimpse into the kitchen of the famous Cotswold household on Instagram this week when he and daughter Harper shared a cooking video.
Chic: The ex-footballer made burritos in a £12m converted barn with stone floors and beams.
They cook dinner in stylish copper pans hanging from a massive shelf and clean up with designer Daylesford White Stripe tea towels from the eponymous and nearby village.
After oak planks overflowing with glassware, huge picket boards hung from the exposed brickwork.
The kitchen has plenty of space with a breakfast bar and a large leather sofa perfect for the whole household over the fire.
Large glass doors lead to the fabulous garden where David keeps his bees and produces his personal honey.
After improvements by the Beckhams, the property includes a sauna, plunge pool, football pitch, health club, swimming pool and a £50,000 safari tent for relaxation, and is now worth around £12m.
Victoria, 49, took to Instagram to share a sweet video of her husband and daughter cooking together, and followers were in awe of her experience.
The duo caused a storm because they made their recent salsa earlier than they made their chicken burrito.
Chic: The couple, who bought the property in 2017, renovated it from top to back, opting for stylish dark gray cabinets complete with gold handles and a hidden fridge.
Cooking up a storm! David, who also has sons Brooklyn, 24, Roma, 20, and Cruz, 18, with his partner, even took a quick look at the fridge throughout his latest tutorial, as it was overflowing with fresh meat, fruit, and spices.
Swish: To complement the nation’s aesthetic, there’s a black double AGA and a conventional pizza oven with a huge pile of wood ready for the household to shred Italian food.
A busy bee: large boards hung from exposed masonry partitions after oak planks overflowing with glassware
In the video, Harper was seen chopping onions as she proved her cooking skills while making salsa while David made burritos.
Harper was also seen flashing a huge smile as she performed some salsa dance moves and waved a towel in the air as the music played.
David also revealed that their lunch alternative was inspired by Victoria’s best friend’s new film Flamin’ Hot, which they watched on Friday night.
He mentioned, “We’re making burritos inspired by our friend Eva’s movie Flamin’ Hot.”
The clip then confirmed that Harper and David made rice and guacamole to top off their delicious burritos.
Alongside the video, Victoria wrote: “Salsa Saturday!! When @Davidbeckham and #HarperSeven inspire @Flaminhotmovie @Evalongoria!! Kisses @peggygou.’
Victoria’s close friend Eva (48) made her directorial debut in the film Flamin’ Hot, which was released on June 9.
The heart of the home: The family cooks in elegant copper pans hanging from a large shelf and cleans using designer Daylesford White Stripe tea towels from his namesake and nearby village (pictured by Harper in 2019)
Family: There’s plenty of space with a breakfast bar and a large leather sofa perfect for the whole family around the fireplace (Romeo pictured)
Incredible: large glass doors open onto the fantastic lawn and patio
Sweet as honey: David uses the garden for his bees and produces his own honey
Streaming on Hulu and Disney+, the film is based on the true story of how janitor Richard Montanes invented Flamin’ Hot Cheetos.
Fans took to the comments section to comment on the stunning kitchen and their cooking skills.
One wrote: “Harper is the star of the kitchen,” while another added: “Oh my god. Normal looking fridge, not all arranged in rainbow order and decanted into identical bowls! I’m Beckham!!!’
A third exclaimed: “I love the kitchen and when did little Harper suddenly grow up?!” And why is there no David Beckham in my kitchen?! I just love father daughter time.
It comes after Brooklyn once again incited the ire of his followers with another ‘no touch’ cooking video he shared on Instagram on Wednesday.
The aspiring chef, 24, took to the social media platform to promote a partnership with Chosen Foods avocado oil, which retails between $15 and $20.
Introducing the video, Brooklyn defined to his followers that he will be making fried chicken by shallow frying it in the model’s “100 percent avocado” oil.
David and Victoria’s son shared a clip of cooking fried chicken, but followers disagreed with the oil he used.
Despite claims of the oil’s “high smoke point and mild flavor,” Brooklyn’s followers claimed he used “huge amounts” of the expensive product in the recipe.
Brooklyn, which has come under fire before for its brights, truffles and £60 prime rib, was once again being grilled about its favourites.
Fun: Victoria, 49, took to Instagram to share a candy video of her husband and daughter cooking together, and followers were in awe of her experience.
His critics argued that Brooklyn may have been promoting a product with a cheaper recipe rather than using the “whole bottle” for two chicken products.
They mentioned, “Why the hell are you frying in oil that costs $15/20 a bottle? I understand this is a paid promotion, but something makes more sense like making mayonnaise instead of throwing so much into a pan to fry chicken!
They concluded, “Cozy lives Brookie babies x.”
Another person saw the amount of oil Brooklyn used and said, “That’s not less than $25 worth of avocado oil!”
Others referred to the amount of oil typically used, suggesting that more sensible frying than frying the chicken would have been a healthier choice.
One person joked: “Hi Brooklyn, looks great, is it good for my grandfather with clogged arteries?” Thank you.’
Another asked: “Couldn’t you have fried chicken?” Why fry in huge amounts of oil? Why encourage people to eat very dangerous and unhealthy foods? shitty.’