‘How big are they?’ David Beckham pokes fun at wife Victoria’s FEET after she posed for a glamorous snap in a slinky black gown
David Beckham poked fun at his wife Victoria’s feet on Friday after they appeared to be unusually large in a glamorous Instagram snap.
The former Spice Girl, 47, took to the social media platform to show off a black figure-hugging dress with a cut-out detail from her new Spring Summer collection.
But it was Posh’s feet that caught David’s attention, with the former footballer, 46, making a cheeky dig at her deceptively giant body parts.
Growth spurt? David Beckham poked fun at his wife Victoria’s feet di lui on Friday after they appeared to be unusually large in a glamorous Instagram snap
The fashion designer wowed her 29.5 million Instagram followers in a pair of white heels but the pointed toes along with train of her dress laid out on the floor made her feet look surprisingly large, prompting David to comment: ‘How big are your feet @victoriabeckham .
Victoria looked incredible as she opted for a bronzed palette of makeup which accentuated her natural features.
The singer wore her walnut tresses straight and in a middle parting as she promoted her new collection.
Unexpected: The pointed toes of Victoria’s heels along with train of her dress laid out on the floor made her feet look surprisingly large, prompting David to make his joke
Naughty! David joked ‘how big are your feet’ in a fun comment under Victoria’s post
Alongside the photo, she wrote: ‘Love this dress from my Spring Summer collection, it’s super comfortable yet the cut-out detailing makes it feel special. It also has a gorgeous racerback detail! x VB ‘
It comes after Victoria is said to have made a significant sum of money from her music career last year, despite not having sung a single note.
The singer-turned-fashion designer reportedly bagged a whopping £ 430,000 in earnings for the year of 2020.
The Sun reports that the former Spice Girl’s music firm Moody Productions Ltd made less than £ 500,000 from the group’s back catalog and went on to pay just £ 86,000 in Corporation Tax from her earnings.
But while Victoria has earned a tidy sum from her music, having previously banked a whopping £ 1million from endorsements, licensing deals and merchandising despite declining to rejoin the girls on their 2019 tour, the same couldn’t be said for her fashion business.
The publication reports that her company has failed to make a profit since its it first filed figures in 2016 and instead has racked up losses of more than £ 50million.
The company made a sizeable loss of £ 8.6million in 2020, followed by another loss of £ 16.8million in the previous 12 months.
Money talk: It comes after Victoria is said to have made a significant sum of money from her music career last year, despite not having sung a single note
On the contrary, husband David looks to be doing well with his own investments, with his company Footwork Productions Ltd showing a huge £ 30.8m profit.
Victoria’s profits from her music career comes after the Spice Girls have reportedly been in fresh talks to headline Glastonbury as the final stop on their world tour, which is proposed for 2023.
Fresh reports state Victoria previously said she would perform with bandmates Emma Bunton, Mel C, Geri Horner and Mel B if it were at a festival.
Is that a yes?!: Fresh claims state that Victoria previously said she would perform with her bandmates if it were at a festival (pictured August 2012)
And despite a source telling The Sun the influential quintet will not be reuniting for the Queen’s Jubilee as claimed last month, the girls could be set to make history on Glastonbury’s Pyramid Stage next year.
A source close to the girl band said: ‘There have been bumps in the road, particularly where Geri is concerned, but the plan is still that the girls’ world tour will go ahead next year.
‘The idea is that it will kick off in 2023, and finish at Glastonbury. Victoria has previously said that she would perform with them at the festival. So that would be the perfect way to round off the tour. ‘
Ruled out: A source told The Sun that the influential quintet will not be reuniting for the Queen’s Jubilee as claimed last month (pictured 1996)