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David and Victoria Beckham no longer eat meat in new 'healthy' diet


It’s Beckham – but without the “ham”.

David and Victoria Beckham have ditched meat, with David struggling through the past three weeks as a veggie, while Posh follows a plant-based diet.

Victoria previously attempted to go vegan, but now mainly eats vegetables and fish, while David is a new adopter of a meat-free diet.

As he munched mango and avocado, smoked watermelon and a stroganoff-style mushroom dish at a wellness centre in Germany this weekend, the former footballer admitted shifting his eating habits “hasn’t been easy”, but adds that he found it “actually enjoyable”.

The pair cuddle up at Villa Stephanie in Baden Baden, Germany

Meanwhile, Victoria follows a plant based diet, having previously ditched dairy, and has started taking a collagen peptide powder – even though it “smells nasty”.

The couple have been enjoying a “wellness week” at a £7k detox centre in Baden Baden – a German spa town they’re familiar with, after the 2006 World Cup WAG-athon saw Victoria join the likes of Coleen Rooney to watch their husbands played for England.

David and Victoria are being cooked healthy meals by a personal chef

Now, the pair have checked into Villa Stephanie where a personal chef and nutritional coach have served them healthy, vegetarian meals as part of a programme of “luxury healthcare hospitality”.

A week’s stay at the retreat, which offers oxygen inhalation “ozone therapy”, martial arts exercise Qi Gong sessions and Nordic hiking, starts at £3,430 per person.

They’ll need a proper holiday after all that.

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