The designer and former Spice Girl is poking fun at herself with a new T-shirt that reads, “My dad has a Rolls-Royce.” It went viral in which David turned his head to the door while telling his wife that “we work a lot”.
He tells her to be “honest” – and she eventually admits that she went to school in a Rolls-Royce.
Now, the 90s pop icon wants to know what you did for school – there’s currently a T-shirt on retail sale on her website, with a non-working class price tag to match: £110. In a light-hearted and intimate TikTok video, where she seems to acknowledge the fact that her comments were one of the most talked-about moments in the documentary, she says: “Now who doesn’t love a slogan T-shirt? ” I do. But I have question for all of you: What did your father bring you to school for? My father used to bring me to school in a Rolls-Royce, yes.”
The post is captioned: “Now available!” Along with crying and laughing emojis. Description of the item on the website: “Made from soft, organic cotton, the ‘My Dad Had a Rolls-Royce’ slogan T-shirt shows the brand’s playful side. Designed with dropped shoulder seams and a dun. Classic Crew The neckline, it has a comfortable fit and a sophisticated feel to it.”
Many of the comments under Victoria’s social media post were about how funny the former Spice Girl is, while others mocked David for “calling her out.”
Of course, some people point to the price tag: “£110 for a T-shirt?”
Beckham, a Netflix four-part series, arrived in October and chronicles his rise to football stardom through interviews with the former midfielder’s wife Victoria and other famous faces.