David Beckham (Photo: Stéphane Cardinale – Corbis via Getty Images)
We all have our favorite foods since childhood, but David BeckhamFans’ must-see dinner has been divided after he shared a photo of it online.
While his wife Victoria sticks to grilled fish and steamed vegetables, which David recently revealed she’s been eating for 25 years, the same can’t be said for her husband.
The former footballer has revealed that one of his favorite dishes includes pineapple and baked beans on the same plate.
Sharing a photo of the meal on Instagram, Becks captioned it, “Party last night was one of my favorites growing up. Thanks Mom. Gammon, fries, fried egg, canned pineapple, peas and baked beans, coleslaw.
David Beckham’s favorite meal (Photo: David Beckham/Instagram)
People had thoughts…
“Pineapple doesn’t belong in a main meal,” one fan commented.
A second wrote: “Coleslaw and mashed peas? Has everyone gone mad?”
But others thought otherwise. “Dinner quite acceptable. Egg goes well with gammon, pineapple coleslaw, pea fries,” another fan wrote.
Addressing the River Cafe Table 4 Podcast earlier this year, David admitted he was “emotional” about food and wine, unlike his wife.
Victoria Bekham and David Beckham (Photo by Marc Piasecki/GC Images) (Photo: Marc Piasecki via Getty Images)
“When I eat something good, I want everyone to try it,” he said.
“Unfortunately, I’m married to someone who’s been eating the same thing for 25 years. Since I met Victoria, she only eats grilled fish, steamed vegetables, she will very rarely deviate from them.
David continued, “Probably the only time she shared anything that was on my plate was actually when she was pregnant with Harper and that was the most amazing thing. It was one of my favorite evenings. I don’t remember what it was, but I know she hasn’t had it since.
Appearing on the same podcast last year, Victoria revealed her comfort food, and it sounded, well, anything but.
“That’s where I look even more boring in food service,” she said.
“I like whole grain toast with salt on it. It’s that carb that comforts you and I love salt.
This article originally appeared on HuffPost UK and has been updated.