David Beckham reveals inside his tidy wardrobe as he admits organisation ‘obsession’ and plans outfits a WEEK in advance | The Sun
DAVID Beckham is obsessed with organisation – and will plan what he's wearing a week in advance.
The football legend, 48, shared an exclusive look inside his walk-in wardrobe with fans on his new Netflix documentary, Beckham.
Despite being a joint billionaire with his wife Victoria, David is very hands on in the Becks household.
He even colour coordinates his own wardrobe so that it meets his high standard of tidiness.
His underwear and socks are perfectly folded in a drawer, with T-shirts placed at an angle for him to easily see what he's got.
While showing the cameras around his home, doc director Fisher Stevens spots a rail with seven outfits outside of his wardrobe.
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David explained: "Those are my outfits for the rest of the week. I prep my week, yeah.
"It used to just be in the night before, but…
"It's [a new obsession]. I'm quite organised."
Back in his impressive walk-in wardrobe, David notices something out of place in his perfectly lined-up rail of trouser.
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"Someone's been in here," he says.
He then straightens the crooked coat hanger so it's back to how he likes it.
Episode four of the much-anticipated documentary kicks off with a teenage Becks being interviewed in his bedroom.
The interviewer says: "This has got to be the tidiest room I've ever seen in my life. Is it always like this?"
"Yeah, it's always like this," Becks replies.
"I haven't done it especially. I hate having an untidy room."
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