Victoria Beckham has been slated for her 'odd' eating habits by three Michelin-star chef Dani Garcia.
The Spanish chef has been the star of his own TV show and has cooked dishes for the rich and famous, including the Beckhams.
Garcia was doing the cooking for the wedding of Spanish footballer Sergio Ramos and Victoria's 'complicated' dinner demands during the event caused him no end of grief.
He claims she pretty much 'changed the whole menu' and made sure she was never far from a drink of coconut water or a bowl of mints to eat.
The chef also said that included among her culinary requirements 'were some odd things that I've never seen in my life', which boggles the mind when coming from a famous chef with years of experience.
Speaking on Spanish TV show El Hormiguero, Garcia said it was 'very sad' that all the effort he and his team put into the wedding menu didn't end up on her plate.
He explained that Victoria's diet 'was totally different and just based around vegetables', while he struggled to get around her constant drinking of coconut water and eating bowls of mints.
To be fair, it sounds like Victoria has some pretty strange tastes when it comes to food since she's previously said her favourite food is 'salt on toast', a preference likely shared by absolutely nobody else in the world.
She's also said before that she won't eat anything cooked in oil, butter or sauces, and will stay as far away as possible from red meat and dairy products.
Victoria has said before she's aware that to restaurants she's 'probably their worst nightmare' given her very specific food demands.
In her normal day-to-day life her diet doesn't stray far beyond grilled fish and steamed vegetables, at least according to husband David who said it's all she's ever eaten since he's known her.
That actually sounds quite manageable. Then again, if there is a restaurant out there which does salt on toast for starters and only serves a main of grilled fish and steamed veg, she'd probably be their perfect customer.
Meanwhile, according to Delish, David's culinary tastes are a world away from his wife as he is a big fan of crisps and his favourite comfort food is a baked bean toastie.
Apparently with a little bit of butter on the outside of the bread to stop it sticking and a few minutes in the toastie maker, it's a delicious treat.
I think I'll stick to good old cheese and ham in my toastie.