Romeo Beckham makes his first ever roast dinner with girlfriend Mia Regan and FaceTimes her dad for advice – not his ‘chef’ brother Brooklyn
When it comes to making a roast dinner, it seems Romeo Beckham doesn’t turn to his ‘chef’ brother Brooklyn for advice.
With his famous breakfast sandwich, sushi and homemade Yorkshire puddings, Romeo’s older sibling would no doubt have plenty to say about how to do a traditional roast dinner.
But instead, the Brentford FC footballer, 20, decided to FaceTime his girlfriend Mia Regan’s father Des, a manager at the Wiltshire Air Ambulance Charitable Trust, about how to roast a chicken.
Mia, also 20, took to Instagram on Monday to show off their handy work after cooking up a storm in the kitchen.
She proudly wrote: ‘@romeobeckham and I made our first roast dinna!! (I FaceTimed @mimiesdad for help)’ (sic).
First roast: When it comes to making a roast dinner, it seems Romeo Beckham doesn’t turn to his ‘chef’ brother Brooklyn for advice as he instead FaceTimed girlfriend Mia Regan’s dad
Cooking up a storm: She proudly wrote: ‘@romeobeckham and I made our first roast dinna!! (I FaceTimed @mimiesdad for help)’
The pair accompanied the chicken with bread sauce, gravy, roast potatoes and carrots with herb seasoning, peas and broccoli.
The modest dinner was a far cry from Brooklyn’s controversial ‘Michelin style’ Sunday roast.
The budding chef gave his spin on a traditional roast dinner on back in January, whipping up aged beef with a side of carrots and potatoes.
Brooklyn, 24, was widely mocked over the Instagram video, with fans claiming the beef looked raw and that too much butter had been used to prepare the vegetables.
Butchers told MailOnline that the meat appeared to be a five kilo cut of 28 day dry aged sirloin which would be worth between £200 and £300 at a meat market.
It left fans questioning how much the meal would have cost to prepare and whether the average person could afford to replicate it.
Romeo has been expanding his culinary skills of late and recently whipped up a pan of lamb chops and showed it off on Instagram.
The post came just hours after Brooklyn was roasted by fans when he once again showed off his questionable culinary skills on Instagram.
The eldest son of Victoria and David Beckham came under fire as he juggled playing ‘Daddy daycare’ with his new rescue puppy Peanut while trying to cook up a spaghetti Bolognese.
Packing on the PDA: Romeo also shared this loved-up selfie of the pair sharing a passionate smooch in the lift
Pricey: The modest dinner was a far cry from Brooklyn’s controversial ‘Michelin style’ Sunday roast with a pricey £200- £300 cut of aged beef
A raw deal? Brooklyn, 24, was widely mocked over the Instagram video, with fans claiming the beef looked raw and that too much butter had been used to prepare the vegetables
Yum! Romeo has been expanding his culinary skills of late and recently whipped up a pan of lamb chops
As Brooklyn treated himself to a glass of fine red wine after throwing a good splash in with the mince and carrots, his followers were mystified why there was the wooden cork sitting in the pot.
What’s more others blasted Brooklyn for holding the tiny pooch in a baby papoose over fire safety fears.
One wrote: ‘There’s a cork in your pot and dog hair about to join’.
Another added: ‘The cork is the secret ingredient’, while a third follower chimed: ‘Why have you thrown the cork of wine into the pot?’
Another follower warned: ‘That’s not cute, even though your pup is. You shouldn’t have the dog on you when you’re cooking. Boiling liquid could splash onto his face and injure him.’
Brooklyn later took to his Instagram stories to explain the addition of the cork wasn’t a mistake on his part.
He shared a screengrab which said: ‘Most research ensued and we found information that the addition of wine corks added to the cooking liquid ensured a more tender dish.’
But the highlighted text is actually taken from an article named: ‘Let’s Talk Food: Wine corks ensure more tender octopus’.
However, this didn’t stop Brooklyn, who decided to try it with mincemeat.
Amusing: Meanwhile, Brooklyn was roasted by fans when he once again showed off his questionable culinary skills on Instagram with a wine cork in his spag bol
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