Earlier this month, fans were shocked to find out that the Spice Girls singers has been eating grilled fish and steamed vegetables for the last 25 years.
Former Atomic Kitten singer Kerry joked that she was eating sweets as she wrote about Victoria’s diet in her new OK! column.
“Bl**dy hell, that’s very healthy! No wonder she’s so slim,” Kerry said. “She needs to get a kebab down her neck!”
“To be honest, I wish I could eat something as healthy as that every day. As I write this I’m currently sitting eating a bag of Haribos!”
She went on to admit she hasn’t been liking the way ‘she looks at the moment’, which results in her eating for comfort.
Last Tuesday, footie star David said he and his wife have only ever shared food from the same plate once over the years –
He even said that the one-off incident “amazing” and one of his favourite memories.
“I get quite emotional about food and wine. When I’m eating something great I want everyone to try it,” the dad-of-four explained.
“Unfortunately, I’m married to someone who has eaten the same thing for the last 25 years.
“Since I’ve met Victoria, she only eats grilled fish, steamed vegetables. She’ll very rarely deviate away from there.”
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He went on to say that the one time she shared food from his plate was when she was pregnant with Harper Seven.
“It was one of my favourite evenings. I can’t remember what it was, but I know she’s not eaten it since,” he added.
Victoria previously told the same podcast that her diet is ‘boring’.
She said: “This is where I sound even more boring in the food department. Ok, what do I like? I like whole-grain toast with salt on it.”
On the bright side, she’s not the only celebrity with strange diets and food requests.
TalkSPORT presenter Ian Abrahams eats tuna with almost everything – including sweet foods.
Meanwhile, Nicholas Cage is not a vegetarian but only doesn’t eat animals that have sex in a ‘dignified’ way.
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