"Be honest". This is how the viral moment begins that David and Victoria Beckham star in the documentary Beckham, which premiered on October 4 on Netflix. In this scene, the designer is talking about what she liked most about the soccer player when she met him, highlighting their family values.
"We come from families that have worked a lot. Our parents worked a lot, we are working class," says the designer. Suddenly, her husband opens the living room door and asks her to be "honest," to which she replies that she is being honest, but David asks her again. "In what car did your father take you to school?" the ex-footballer asks her while she tries to explain herself. "In what car?" insists Beckham, to which she replies: "Ok, in the '80s my dad had a Rolls-Royce."
A moment that has been talked about a lot in recent weeks and that Victoria has now used to launch a basic t-shirt that has already become an object of desire. This past weekend, the former Spice Girl shared with her thousands of followers an image of herself posing with this piece with the iconic phrase she utters in the documentary.
Beckham has shown that she has no problem laughing at herself with this white, short-sleeved design with a round neckline. The cotton T-shirt, made in Portugal, includes the slogan "My father had a Rolls-Royce" in black font and is priced at 110 pounds (125.64 euros).
This casual piece will go on sale in December and already has a waiting list (it will be available from size XS to XL). A very fun item that is very easy to combine, from jeans to tailored pants or a satin skirt for a more sophisticated proposal.
This is not the first time that Victoria decides to launch a t-shirt to demonstrate her great sense of humor. A few years ago, she was already seen wearing a white piece with the message "Fashion stole my smile" in reference to criticism of why she never smiled.