Victoria Beckham Tries To Blame ‘Farting’ Noise On Dog Fig But Hubby David Beckham Objects

Victoria Beckham just failed miserably trying to blame a “farting” noise on her dog, Fig.

In a video posted to her Instagram story, the fashion designer and husband David Beckham were showing her followers how to bake a lemon drizzle cake while practising social distancing during the coronavirus outbreak. But a noise pulled their attention from the cake.

As Victoria added some batter to her mixing bowl, a “farting” sound could be heard in the background. The former Spice Girl quickly blamed their pup, “That’s the dog — that was the dog making that noise.”

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But David wasn’t going to let her get away with it, “Victoria, don’t lie.”

“Seriously, you know you had baked beans for lunch,” he added.

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But Victoria had enough, “Oh my god, stop.”

The video comes days after the Beckhams shared their support for the front line workers during the pandemic. Both Victoria and David shared kind words to Instagram:

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