Brooklyn Beckham mocked for making sandwich during cooking segment of 'Today' show

Watch: Brooklyn Beckham make sandwich on US TV

Brooklyn Beckham has been mocked after making a sandwich during the cooking segment of the Today show.

The 22-year-old — the eldest son of Victoria and David Beckham — was a guest on the US daytime show this week and demonstrated how to make an English breakfast sandwich.

At the start of the segment he explained that his love of cooking really kicked in during lockdown.

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“I've always loved food and obviously when quarantine hit I just really started to get into it,” Beckham said.

He then took hosts Hoda Kotb and Carson Daly through the steps as he made the bacon, sausage and egg sandwich.

Viewers were a bit shocked, questioning why a simple sandwich needed a TV demonstration.

Brooklyn Beckham attending the 9th Annual Global Gift Gala held at the Rosewood Hotel, London.
Brooklyn Beckham has been teased over his 'Today' show appearance. (PA)

“Brooklyn Beckham went on TV to show his culinary skills and cooked... a breakfast sandwich. I am done!” one person tweeted.

“So he made a sausage, English bacon, and non-runny egg on... untoasted white bread. With ketchup. Was this meant to be a joke?” asked another.

Another person said it was “extremely painful” to watch.

David Beckham, Victoria Beckham and Brooklyn Beckham at the GQ Men of the Year Awards 2019 in association with Hugo Boss held at the Tate Modern, Bankside, London.
Brooklyn with his parents David and Victoria Beckham. (PA)

“I’d be embarrassed if I were @brooklynbeckham making a breakfast sandwich with ketchup on the Today show,” said another.

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One posted: “This is just painful, no one eats like this in the UK. No one calls it this. It’s a terrible terrible segment for someone who obviously isn’t comfortable on camera.”

Former Good Morning Britain host Piers Morgan was among those to weigh in, tweeting: “Worst, most unutterably pointless segment in morning television history?”

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