Victoria Beckham has been praised by social media users after an interview she and David Beckham did with Sacha Baron Cohen has resurfaced.
The grilling from the comedian was originally aired on March 16 2001, and saw the pair being introduced on stage with the words: “Every boy wants to be in his boots and every man wants to be in his missus. Big up for none other than Victoria and David Beckham!”
As well as pressing them on their private life and their wealth, the actor said: “So, there is some people who suddenly get loads of money who become very tasteless. How has you two managed to avoid that?”
Victoria replied: "I don't know. I'm sure we're wearing things that some people look at and think they are tasteless.”
Elsewhere in the iconic Comic Relief chat, the comedian discussed the couple’s first child, Brooklyn Beckham.
“So, do you want him to grow up to be a footballer like his dad, or a singer, like Mariah Carey?” Baron Cohen queried.
With quick wit, Victoria replied: “I’m hoping he’ll grow up to be a footballer like his dad, and I’d like to grow up and be a singer like Mariah.”
Since clips of the interview have resurfaced across social media, fans have been having their say.
One X user wrote: “Victoria Beckham, the queen of quick wit and dry humour. She handled this like a champ.”
A YouTube user commented: “So much respect to the two of them. They looked like they had a lot of fun having a laugh for a good cause.”
“I've not seen Victoria have so much fun. She looked so happy and really took the jokes like a champ. Impressive,” replied a third.
Another said: “I have watched this so many times because I absolutely love the lot. I love the glint in that sly Fox Ali's eyes as he keeps a straight face while ripping into them. And all the time the Beckhams take it like absolute champs.
“Seriously likeable both of (sic) them, especially Posh. I never cared much for her, but since I saw this I really fell for her loveable character. She is seriously cute and together they are adorable.”
You can stream all episodes of Beckham now on Netflix.Featured Image Credit: YouTube / Comic Relief