Marcus Rashford is one celebrity most parents would love to have as their son but there are still things he would still love to correct in his childhood if it is possible to go back.
The Manchester United forward is very popular even among rival fans because of a campaign he launched against child hunger.
He talked about many things during the interview but you are only here to read about what he regrets not doing when he was a child.
In the interview, Marcus Rashford talked about how the kitchen is one environment that he is not very familiar with but he loved being there and how he has been learning new culinary skills.
He also said that if he could go back as a kid, there is one thing he would have learned to do and it is to cook.
I would have loved to be able to sit down and learn how to cook while doing what I was doing with my football, said the Manchester United forward.
The end goal of Marcus Rashford's project with chef Tom Kerridge is to encourage and help kids acquire some culinary skills in their parent's house so that they will be able to cook for themselves when they start living alone.
Source: BBC Breakfast.
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