They’ve been enjoying their time in Paris as of recent, where they were invited to attend Dior’s Fashion Week Men’s on Friday.
And David Beckham shared the great lengths his wife Victoria goes to achieve the perfect selfie as he secretly filmed her attempts in a cheeky Instagram clip on Saturday.
The former footballer, 44, joked he ‘wasn’t sure on what to concentrate on’ as he documented the fashion designer, 45, while watching an episode of Neflix’s The Crown on his iPad during their time in the French capital.
Posh Spice played with her brunette hair and struck a series of poses in a bid to take a signature smouldering photo.
Looking every inch the style maven, Victoria teamed a yellow turtleneck top with square-framed shades.
Media personality David captioned the short video: ‘Not sure what to concentrate on The Crown or my wife trying to get the perfect smile.’
The couple were invited to Paris by creative director of Dior Homme Kim Jones, and supported the designer by attending his showcase earlier in the week.
Before the show, Victoria revealed that the sportsman had helped her tie her shoelaces as her trousers were too tight in a hilarious Instagram video.
Taking to Instagram to share the fun video, which saw David helping her out as she wrote: ‘Backstage at @dior! Thanks davidbeckham for tying my shoes when my pants r so tight I can’t bend down x’. [sic]
Earlier in the month, David gave fans a glimpse at his appearance in Modern Family, as he shared a short clip from the episode via Instagram.
The football legend and Friends star Courteney Cox, 55, were seen walking up to Stephen Merchant’s character Higgins to ask for assistance while bowling.
Stephen Merchant’s character, who appeared in an episode of the show in 2014, kicked off the scene with a comedic start as he put on his glasses and told the sportsman: ‘Oh Mr Beckham, apologies, blind as a bat without these bad boys.’
Unperturbed, David retorted: ‘Myself and Courteney are expecting a bowling instructor, would you have them meet us at the bowling alley please?’