Victoria Beckham jokes 'I thought I was the singer?' as she shares hilarious edited video of husband David 'performing'
VICTORIA Beckham joked: "I thought I was the singer in the family?" as she shared a hilarious video of husband David "performing".
The 46-year-old star revealed that her niece Libby had edited a photo of the 45-year-old footballer to make it look as though he was singing along to Ma-Ya-Hi by O-Zone.
Tickled Victoria shared the video to her Instagram page, alongside another clip that saw her mum Jackie singing in a snap of David sat between her and his own mum Sandra.
In David's video, the photo that Libby used was a sweet snap that showed Victoria blissfully cuddling up to her husband with her eyes closed and a glass of wine in hand, which he'd posted for Valentine's Day.
While Victoria's half of the image doesn't move, David's face has been altered so it looks like he is singing.
The former Spice Girl captioned the post: "I thought I was the singer in the family?! Is there nothing @davidbeckham can’t do?! 😂"
Referencing the second clip of her mum, the star added: "Or maybe I got my talents from @jackie.adams_? 😂 thanks for making my day @libbyyadams!"
Libby commented on the post: "Too good 😭😭", with Posh and Becks' son Romeo, 18, joking: "Dad should give up his football to become a singer".
Victoria's ex bandmate Emma Bunton giggled: "This is brilliant!", while Eva Longoria shared a string of crying with laughter emojis.
While Posh is undeniably the Beckham family's most famous former pop star, youngest son Cruz, 15, appears to be following in her footsteps.
The proud parents have posted videos of the teen singing on social media before, impressing fans with his vocals.
However, David recently showed off his own skills for real – with Victoria playfully scolding her husband after he started singing along with Cruz in a video of him performing.
David couldn't resist embarrassing Cruz as he gate-crashed the sing-song, with Vic shouting: "Oh my god…David!" as the video came to an abrupt end.
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