Victoria Beckham Trolls Herself With ‘My Dad Had A Rolls-Royce’ T-Shirt

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One of the funniest moments in Beckham, the Netflix documentary about David Beckham, involved the British soccer star and his famous wife, singer and fashion designer Victoria Beckham.

At one point during the fascinating four-part documentary, the filmmakers were interviewing Victoria when she claimed that her family growing up was “very working, working class.”

David, who was in another room, quickly popped his head through the doorway after hearing Posh Spice’s claim.

“Be honest,” Beckham said to his wife with a grin. “Be honest”

Victoria shoots him daggers and sticks to her guns, claiming she was being honest.

“Be honest,” David repeats, then asks. “What kind of car did your dad drive you to school in?”

“So, my dad did…” Victoria started to explain.

“No. One answer,” David interrupted. “What car was it? What car did you get your dad to drive you to school in?”

“It’s not a simple answer because…” she replied, trying to sidestep the question.

“What car did your dad drive you to school in?” David repeated.

“It depends,” she responded.

“No. No, no, no, no,” he kept badgering her.

“Okay, in the ’80s, my dad had a Rolls-Royce,” she finally admitted.

“Thank you,” said David before quickly ducking back out of the doorway.

Over the weekend, Victoria Beckham decided to have a little fun with that interaction by sharing a TikTok video in which she is wearing a new t-shirt with the words “MY DAD HAD A ROLLS ROYCE” printed on it.

“Okay, I can’t fight it anymore. My dad, yes, he drove me to school in a Rolls-Royce,” Victoria says to the camera at the end of the video.

@victoriabeckham I can’t fight it anymore, yes my dad drove me to school in a Rolls Royce! 😂 Kisses @David Beckham ♬ original sound – Victoria Beckham

And just for anyone out there who doubts how much Victoria Beckham understands being “very working, working class,” the price of her plain white t-shirt with six words printed in black on it is just $150.

If that’s not “very working, working class,” I don’t know what is.

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