Brooklyn Beckham Does Liverpool Accent After Saying He Picked It Up From Manchester
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Brooklyn Beckham attempted to do a Mancunian accent in a video interview but ended up sounding like a proper scouser.
The pair asked each other all sorts of personal questions, such as what their pet peeves were, what they most liked/disliked about each other and what their biggest fears are.
Brooklyn happened to reveal that his guilty pleasure is playing video games, which might have come as a surprise to some.
The 22-year-old keeps his PS5 in one of those briefcase things we see all over social media, where you can plug in and play wherever you are, which sounds pretty great.
However, what stood out more than anything, particularly to us Northerners, was Beckham's interpretation of a Mancunian accent.
Nicola, who he refers to as 'his missus', revealed that when her boyfriend gets drunk he would start talking in a Manc accent.
To which, the southern-sounding Brooklyn gave us a little preview by delivering a brief, high-pitched, Liverpudlian accent, which came as a bit of a surprise to some.
You can listen below:
Let's put it this way, Scousers don't want to be compared to Mancs and vice versa - it's just one of those things.
Despite the controversy, the two appeared to have a great chemistry and those in the comments definitely thought that was the case.
One user wrote: "Such a lovely couple, Brooklyn is clearly a gentleman, while his fiancée Nicola is a sweetheart. Wishing them all the best in their upcoming marriage."
Another added: "I SMILED THE ENTIRE TIME WATCHING THEMMMM."
A third shared: "It's just crazy how he literally knows her more than herself! He's such gentlemen."
Another commented: "What an adorable couple. They seem to have great chemistry."
Finally, another user concluded: "You can tell he loves her. Dude seems like a really good man."
Brooklyn has three younger siblings - Romeo James Beckham, Harper Seven Beckham, Cruz Beckham - and when asked which is his favourite, he admitted that he loves them all equally.
I mean, any other answer than that would surely cause a few arguments in the family group chat.