David Beckham unveils peculiar home cleaning habit and claims Victoria isn't a fan


David Beckham unveils peculiar home cleaning habit and claims Victoria isn't a fan

Former Manchester United star, David Beckham, has shared details about his nightly "odd" cleaning routine that he feels compelled to perform before sleeping, despite his wife Victoria not fully appreciating it.

Reportedly, David Beckham is set to earn a substantial £16 million as part of a deal for an upcoming Netflix docuseries that will feature the former England captain as the central focus.

Viewers will now have a more in-depth understanding of David Beckham's obsessive-compulsive disorder, particularly within his personal life, as the 47-year-old former footballer for Manchester United and Real Madrid has revealed more information on the topic.

According to The Sun, a clip from the forthcoming Netflix series has been released, in which Beckham openly discusses his compulsion to clean when everyone else in the house is asleep.

As per Beckham, one of his notable habits involves ensuring that he cleans all the candles before going to bed, which he describes as a "tedious" task.

“I clean it so well, I’m not sure it’s actually appreciated so much by my wife, in all honesty,” says Beckham from his kitchen.

“The fact that when everyone’s in bed I then go around, clean the candles, turn the lights on to the right setting, make sure everywhere is tidy. I hate coming down in the morning and there’s cups and plates and, you know, bowls.”

Beckham acknowledged that his ritual of cleaning candles is somewhat unusual, as he cleans every candle after it has been used. The former England player described the habit as "weird."

“I clip the candle wax, I clean the glass, that’s my pet hate, the smoke around the inside of a candle,” he said, before adding: “I know, it’s weird.”

Beckham’s need for cleanliness even led to Victoria receiving a ‘telling off’ after she failed to put the salt away.

Victoria can be heard telling her husband that he’s “so perfect” and is “appreciated,” with Beckham claiming she sounds “sarcastic” and he doesn’t believe her.

“Don’t believe that for a second,” Beckham said. “She sounds so sarcastic when she says it.”

In 2006, Beckham acknowledged that he had difficulties with obsessive behaviour, although it is not certain whether he has received a formal diagnosis of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD).

Victoria has shed some light on the extent of Beckham's obsessive tendencies by disclosing the level of organization in their home refrigerators.

“He’s got that obsessive-compulsive thing where everything has to match,” she said.

“If you open our fridge, it’s all coordinated down either side.

“We’ve got three fridges -- food in one, salad in another and drinks in the third. In the drinks one, everything is symmetrical.

“If there’s three cans, he’ll throw one away because it has to be an even number.”

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