BREAKING: Is Sherlock Star Benedict Cumberbatch Now Vegan?

The star's wife reportedly told a waiter 'my husband is vegan'
Cumberbatch on the set of Sherlock with co-star Martin Freeman (Photo: Saschaporsche)

A tweet about Benedict Cumberbatch has sent vegan Sherlock fans into a frenzy.

The tweet suggests that the British actor - who recently played the role of the famous detective in the hit TV show - is now vegan.

The tweet suggests the actor is now vegan

High profile

Well known activist Kate Louise Powell re-tweeted a post, saying: "It seems that Benedict Cumberbatch has also gone vegan! Another high profile celebrity."

The original tweet, (in which Powell blanked out the name), says: "My girlfriend and I just got to serve Beneditch Cumberbatch tonight. He's vegan."

Another used added: "My face enlightened [sic] when his wife was ordering and said 'my husband is vegan'."

Now all we need is confirmation from the man himself...


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