Victoria Beckham pokes fun at herself with ‘My Dad Had a Rolls-Royce’ tee after viral Netflix doc scene

She’s always been posh.

Fans have been roasting Victoria Beckham for her hilarious comments about her childhood vehicle in Netflix’s “Beckham” documentary, but the ever-enterprising businesswoman decided to get in on the joke (and make some money) with a cheeky new slogan T-shirt ($150).

The former Spice Girl, 49, tried to make a point that she didn’t come from a privileged family and that both she and her husband, David, 48 — who addresses his rumored 2003 affair in the documentary — had “parents who work really hard.”

“We’re very working, working class,” she said in the documentary before the soccer legend stuck his head through a doorway and told her to “be honest.”

Victoria Beckham

Victoria Beckham “My Dad Had a Rolls-Royce” T-shirt

Victoria embraced her father’s Rolls with her new tee.
Victoria Beckham

Although the fashion entrepreneur insisted she was being truthful, David asked, “What car did your dad drive you to school in?”

She tried to avoid the question in the scene, saying, “it’s not a simple answer,” but finally gave in after David repeatedly asked about the vehicle.

“OK, in the ’80s, my dad had a Rolls-Royce,” Victoria eventually admitted.

David hilariously called out his wife in the Netflix clip.
The pop star wore a sleek white suit to the “Beckham” premiere.
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The fashion guru insisted that she was “working class.”

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The clip went viral on social media, causing Posh Spice to debut the tongue-in-cheek shirt in a TikTok on Friday.

“I have to say my question for you all: what did your dad drive you to school in?” Victoria said in the video, adding with a shrug, “My dad drove me in — yes — in a Rolls-Royce.”

“I can’t fight it anymore,” she said after including the famous scene of her bantering with David over the car.

Even if you didn’t show up to school in a Rolls, this cheeky tee will certainly get people talking.

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