David Beckham takes fans inside his immaculate wardrobe and reveals he plans his outfits a WEEK in advance


David Beckham showed off his immaculately organised wardrobe as he spoke about his ‘obsession’ with keeping things in order.

The former footballer – who suffers with obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) – gave fans a glimpse into his neat and tidy lifestyle as he was filmed for his new Netflix docuseries BECKHAM.

Why David Beckham hate an untidy room

The fourth and final episode opened with a throwback clip of David in his teenage years saying he always keeps his room clean, noting ‘I hate an untidy room’.

It then cut to current day as the sportsman, 46, was filmed running his hands across his clothing as he explained: ‘It’s all quite organised, jackets, jean shirts, shirts and then it goes from jumpers, cardis to T-shirts, underwear socks and then suits.’

He revealed that he sorted his jumpers by colour coordinating them then folding them at an angle in order to see what is underneath without moving them.

The show off

David then showed off a clothes rail as he explained: ‘Those are my outfits for the rest of the week, I prep my week. It used to just be the night before.’

As director Fisher Stevens asked: ‘Is that a new obsession?’ David responded, ‘Yeah, I’m quite organised’.

He couldn’t hide his alarm when he opened his trousers draw and noticed the hangers were skewwhiff, announcing: ‘Someone’s been in here.’

David has spoken about his battle with OCD in the past, telling the Daily Mail: ‘I have got this obsessive compulsive disorder where I have to have everything in a straight line or everything has to be in pairs.’

What is OCD?

OCD, or obsessive compulsive disorder, is a mental health condition that can affect anyone at any age.

Sufferers typically develop obsessive thoughts and compulsions which have significant impacts on their daily life.

This can manifest in many ways, including obsessive cleaning to a particular standard, body dysmorphia, compulsive skin picking and hoarding, the mental health charity Mind says.

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