David Beckham slams Victoria’s working class claims in brutal call out

David Beckham hilariously interrupted his wife, Victoria Beckham, during an interview, to grill her on her claim of having a "very, very working-class" upbringing.

In a clip from the newly-released Netflix documentary Beckham, Victoria, also known as Posh Spice, is seen explaining her working-class background to the cameras. However, her husband, David, had a different perspective.

David playfully pokes his head around the door and challenges Victoria's statement, telling her to be honest. He continues to interrupt her as she tries to explain her roots, asking her about the car her dad used to drive her to school.

Victoria attempts to respond, but David persists, asking specifically about the car. Eventually, an exasperated Victoria concedes, saying: "Okay, in the 80s, my dad had a Rolls Royce."

David responds with a simple "Thank you" and withdraws his head from the door, allowing her to continue with her interview.

The brutal exchange was posted to Instagram, with fans sharing their thoughts in the comments. One wrote: “Well she wasn’t called posh spice for coming from a council estate was she.”

Another added: “David Beckham coming in as a live Twitter troll.”

A third commented: “Hahaha, love Beckham even more for calling her out on that.”

A fourth chimed in: “The way his floating head comes in to ensure the truth is being heard. And then floats away after,” followed by a string of laughing emojis.

The new four-part docuseries aired this week, with the former England captain and his pop star wife giving the world a no-holds-barred look into their life together.

Letting their guards down and the cameras in, Victoria and David open up about everything from their first kiss (in a car park, no less) to some of the more difficult times that could easily have broken them.

Appearing emotional at times, Victoria confessed that filming the documentary was occasionally "stressful." It compelled her to confront painful memories she had long suppressed.

One of the most challenging moments was revisiting the kidnap threats against their newborn son Brooklyn and the intense criticism directed at David, now 48, following his infamous sending-off during England's 1998 World Cup match against Argentina.

Like his wife, David admitted that dredging up the past for the new series was difficult.

“I don’t think I’ve ever talked about it, just because I can’t,” he revealed. “I find it hard to talk through what I went through because it was so extreme. The whole country hated me.”

For most of the series the couple were interviewed separately, with a source telling OK! : “They didn’t want to do it holding hands and her talking for David or interrupting each other,

“They wanted to have their own story and show how they felt as individuals.”

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