David Beckham pops home and heads to pie and mash shop with

first_imgMeanwhile, here’s what happened when Beckham surprised a paramedic and patient in London with this warm gesture.In July, the star shared this adorable birthday tribute to daughter Harper on Instagram. David Beckham is no doubt used to Michelin-starred cuisine but he still enjoys tucking into some pie and mash when he heads back home to east London.The former England captain posted a photo on Instagram of a trip to a pie and mash shop with his youngest son, Cruz, 11.Beckham, who was born in Leytonstone, east London, wrote that he was enjoying some time at home. Then Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp said: “He had pie and mash delivered from a lovely little shop in Waltham Abbey. The foreign lads weren’t too sure. It’s only us cockneys who know what pie and mash is. I was brought up on it so when they came I had three.”Shop owner Tony Lane explained at the time: “He has brought his family here as well. Victoria doesn’t eat it, I don’t think she’s a pie and mash girl, but his boys seem to love it. He said: “Always nice being home – 2 & 2 twice for me and the boy … Oh and don’t forget the jellied eels.”The former footballer is a big pie and mash fan and has previously been spotted in Tony’s Pie And Mash Shop in Waltham Abbey, Essex. He previously posted the meal “reminds me of granddad.”After training with Tottenham Hotspur in 2011 he treated his colleagues to the popular East End favourite.center_img Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. Still gasses me that David Beckham goes to Waltham Abbey just for Pie & Mash— jamie (@jmbryn) September 3, 2016 “David also loves jellied eels – but he doesn’t like the stewed version.”Beckham previously explained: “I always miss London. It is one of the reasons why when I am here I always go and have pie and mash with my mum or dad and also go and see my nan.”last_img

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