David Beckham divides opinion as he shares ‘favourite’ meal – but would YOU eat it? | The Sun

DAVID Beckham could afford to eat in – or indeed buy – any restaurant on earth.

But the 47-year-old proved his favourite dinner is still firmly rooted in London's East End, where he grew up.

David shared a picture of a "feast" he was tucking into – featuring coleslaw, beans, mushy peas – and tinned pineapple slices.

There was also a couple of frieds egg seen nestling below the fruit, with a hefty portion of chunky chips on the side.

He wrote out the contents of the plate, for anyone who had failed to spot all seven ingredients in the as-yet-unnamed dish.

Becks told fans on Instagram: "Last night's feast one of my favourites growing up ♥ Thanks mum.

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"Gammon, chips, fried egg, tinned pineapple, peas & baked beans, coleslaw."

The meal proved divisive with fans, with one insisting: "Pineapple does not belong on a main meal."

Another targeted the moist side of the plate, tweeting: "Coleslaw and mushy peas? Has everyone gone berserk?"

However, another insisted: "Perfectly acceptable dinner. Egg goes well with gammon, coleslaw with pineapple, chips with peas."

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David – who grew up in Leytonstone – is a renowned foodie with a soft spot for East End comfort food.

He's warmly welcomed at Cockney hotspot Tony's in Waltham Forest, where he enjoys pie and mash and slurps up jellied eels.

Pie and mash at Tony's costs just £4.30 while the jellied eels would have set back Becks – worth an estimated £339million – another £3.50.

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