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David Beckham roasts wife Victoria over 'working class' claims she made in documentary

David Beckham roasts wife Victoria over 'working class' claims she made in documentary

He took to Instagram to poke fun out of her claims

David Beckham has roasted his wife Victoria over claims she made about growing up 'working class' in their Beckham documentary which first dropped on Netflix earlier this year.

Now, unless you've not managed to watch the doc yet, one scene sees Victoria and David bantering about their respective childhoods with the Spice Girls star telling the interviewer: "Both of our parents worked really hard," before making an assertion that the football icon clearly found side-splitting.

"We're very, very working class," she added.

Have a look at the clip here:

Netflix viewers all over particularly enjoyed David's reaction to the claims after he poked his head round the corner while the interview was still taking place, telling his wife: "Be honest.

"What car did your dad drive you to school in?"

Victoria responded: "It's not a simple answer it depends," but David clearly wasn't satisfied with her reply as he kept repeating the question until she finally confessed: "OK, in the Eighties, my dad had a Rolls-Royce."

Immediately after she had answered the question, David said 'thank you' and shut the door on her to let her resume and carry on with the interview.

Needless to say, the internet had a right field trip over the hilarious exchange.

David wasn't letting it go.

Now fast-forward a few months and it seems the pair still haven't forgotten about the exchange, with David taking to Instagram yesterday (31 December) to share with his 86 million followers a family snap of their New Year's Eve celebrations.

Making a reference to Victoria's claims about her upbringing, he playfully captioned the family photo which featured him, Victoria and her parents: "Just a nice casual New Year's Eve lunch at The Ritz @victoriabeckham. Very working class. My mother and father in law left in there Roll's [Royce]."

People clearly couldn't wait to share their reactions to the post, with one Instagram user writing: "Best caption we needed to end this year."

He roasted Victoria over claims she made about growing up 'working class'.

"Love this it’s so good," praised a second.

A third chimed in: "Love your sense of humour, both of you!"

"Gee he’s funny!" quipped a fourth. "Love them so much!!"

"Funniest bit of the documentary," added another, while someone else echoed: "Elite sense of humour!"

And, last but not least, it's clear Posh Spice also saw the comedic side to the caption, commenting: "Special NY Eve I love you xxxxxxx."

Beckham is currently available to watch on Netflix now.

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@davidbeckham/Netflix

Topics: Celebrity, David Beckham, Documentaries, Netflix, Sex and Relationships, TV and Film, Victoria Beckham