She's got her hands on David's Goldenballs! Victoria Beckham shows her humorous side in cheeky Facebook photo
She usually appears stoney-faced in photos, seemingly unwilling to crack a smile.
Victoria Beckham showed she does have a sense of humour when she posed
for this cheeky photo which husband David posted on his Facebook page.
fashion designer, 37, stands on a New York street – strategically
distancing herself so she appeared to cup David's nether regions in a
huge advertisement on the side of a building behind her.
Quite a handful! Victoria Beckham pulls a cheeky pose in New York in a picture that was posted to Facebook by her husband David
David posted the picture with the caption: 'So proud of my wife taking #NYFW by the balls.'
painting of David is part of an advertising campaign for his
newly-launched underwear collection for high street brand H&M.
Victoria's picture was posted to his official Facebook page, which quickly clocked up more than 18,500 “likes”.
Official: David Beckham posted the photo above on his Facebook fan page
Advertisment: A heavily tattooed Becks can be seen looking intently across New York in a pair of his own designed underwear as traffic moves along Manhattans 34th street, by Madison Square Gardens
Fan Carina Allsop wrote on Facebook:
'They say she is boring, and no personality up yours critics. One lucky
lady you got the whole world in your hands lol best wishes from me x'
fan, Jones Deborah, wrote: 'Good on ya victoria ….you make me proud
to be an english woman puttin the ladies on the map xx'
the painting a heavily tattooed Becks can be seen looking intently
across New York in a pair of his own designed underwear as traffic moves
along Manhattan’s 34th street, by Madison Square Gardens.
Original: The photo from H&M brochure which the New York painting is based on
Obviously proud of her husband's assets, Victoria has already tweeted about the huge advert.
to her Twitter account last week, Victoria told her 2.5million
followers how 'excited' Harper was to see her dad David upon their
arrival in the city.
'Harper was so excited to see Daddy when we got to NY!!! X vb,' she wrote.
Proud: Victoria already posted this photo to her Twitter page last week
Meanwhile it's been reported that the humble vest is back in vogue.
According to the high street, sales of the undergarment are soaring thanks to stars such as David Beckham.
In a bid to emulate their idols, millions of men across the country are snapping up bicep-baring designs and Mintel reported that from 2005 to 2010 the UK men's vest market grew from 49m to 54m.
According to Debenhams sales of vests are soaring thanks to stars such as David Beckham who has included one in his new Bodywear range for H&M
And from a recent sales analysis Debenhams has crowned Woking in Surrey as the ‘Vest Capital of the UK'.
Sales in the local store have boomed 2,900 per cent, year on year, with the most popular colour being white, followed by black.
Trendsetter: Brad Pitt in Fight Club wearing a bicep-baring design
Ruth Attridge, a spokesperson for Debenhams
said: 'Our investigations have shown that vests have finally shrugged off
the bad reputation they gained thanks to the likes of Rab C Nesbitt and
Onslow from Keeping Up Appearances.
'Some much improved role models in the shape of David Beckham means they are now more popular than ever.'
Brad Pitt has exhibited a penchant for vests since his appearance in the 1999 film Fight Club, where he showcased his muscular physique.
And David Beckham has
included one in his new Bodywear collection for H&M.
Commenting on the trend H&M's Chloe Bowers said: 'The
vest has become cool, with old-fashioned granddad styles worn under
clothes, and as a top itself.
'Women have also been buying them for
themselves; it appeals to both teenagers and 40-year-olds.'
Meanwhile U.S. underwear manufacturer Jockey International reported that sales of vest rose by five per cent last year.
WHERE VESTS ARE MOST POPULAR WITH MEN ACROSS THE UK
London Oxford Street
Ruth Stevens, marketing manager for
Jockey Europe, said: 'We are seeing a massive fashion following, with
magazine photo-shoots concentrating on vests. Vogue recently did a shoot
with women wearing Jockey vests.'
Jockey introduced coloured vests last year, however white tank vest remains the classic.
And although many might use vests to keep winter chills at bay, retailers predict that the fashion item will remain popular throughout the summer months.
Ms Attridge, Debenhams spokesperson added: 'Although the hotter months seem a long time away, don’t pack your vest away at the end of the season.
'Our buyers predict the singlet’s success will continue, inspired by this summer’s well-honed athletes.'