David Beckham mocks 'working class' Victoria once again with another Rolls Royce dig

In the 'Beckham' documentary series, Victories claimed to have had a working-class upbringing, only for David to reveal her family owned a luxury car

Posted Monday, January 01, 2024 by Dailystar.co.uk

David Beckham mocks 'working class' Victoria once again with another Rolls Royce dig

David Beckham couldn't resist a cheeky dig at wife Victoria as she again lived up to her 'Posh' nickname.

The Beckhams enjoyed a refined New Year's Eve by getting dressed up and dining with Victoria's parents, Tony and Jackie Adams, at The Ritz in London. As he shared a picture of the quartet at the table, the Manchester United and England legend mocked his wife's claim that she came from a "working class" background, which she made in the recent Netflix documentary series about her husband.

Victoria's statement about her modest upbringing is a little questionable given Tony used to drive her school in a Rolls Royce, a fact pointed out by David in the documentary.

As he posted the image, he captioned: "Just a nice casual New Year's Eve lunch at The Ritz. @victoriabeckham Very working class. My mother & father in law left in their Rolls." Not rising to the bait, Victoria replied: "Special NY Eve I love you xxxxxxx."

During the episode in question, the former Spice Girl addressed her childhood, saying: "We both come from families that worked very hard, we're very working class."

Hearing the interview, David then interjects: "Be honest" before Victoria replies: "I am being honest." David then asks: "What car did your dad drive you to school in?" Stuttering, Victoria answers: "So my dad did..." before he interrupts again, saying: "It just needs one answer."

She insists it's not "a simple answer" before he presses her again on the make of the car. Finally getting her words out, Victoria admits: "It depends but yes, in the 80s my dad had a Rolls Royce."

David then quips "thank you" and exits the scene. His latest joke at his wife's expense suggests he is not feeling too raw about missing out on a knighthood which again eluded him in the New Year's Honours List.

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