Brooklyn Beckham brutally mocked as he unveils latest career as fashion stylist

14 days ago Irish Mirror

(Image: TIKTOK) (Image: TIKTOK)"I love high-waisted jeans," the aspiring chef says in a TikTok clip as he places his hands on his wife's stomach. (Image: TIKTOK) (Image: brooklynpeltzbeckham/Instagram)"Is this Brooklyn Beckham … the Brooklyn Beckham, chef, photographer, stylist extraordinaire," one cheeky TikTok user quipped. "Dude is cosplaying a different career every other week," another declared, as a third joked: "He’s doing a free trial of everything." The Hills and Celebrity Big Brother star Spencer Pratt sarcastically wrote: "Not just a chef and photographer he also celeb stylist." Brooklyn went on the confess he’s now discovered the one thing he would "literally die for."
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