It seems nobody can resist singing along to Mariah Carey’s catchy classic Christmas song when they think nobody's listening.
Victoria Beckham took to Instagram to post a video of her 47-year-old husband, David Beckham, singing along to All I want for Christmas is you when he thought no one was looking.
“@davidbeckham giving us his best @mariahCarey," was her playful caption.
Wearing a green T-shirt showing off his tattooed arms, the father of four is seen enjoying his morning cuppa at the kitchen counter as he checks his phone while quietly singing along to the upbeat song, which is playing in the background.
He gets through a few lines before he looks up and realises that not only has his wife just caught him singing, but she's also been recording him the whole time.
The former Spice Girl then pokes fun at him as she tries to stop herself from laughing.
“You were struggling with that high note, weren't you?” she quips.
An unimpressed David then asks Victoria, “What are you doing?”, as she continues to point her phone in his direction.
He cracks a smile before proving his wife wrong as he effortlessly belts out the high note.
His effort even caught Mariah's attention. “My new fave rendition. Love you guys!” she wrote in response to the post.
Other people also took to the comments to leave their views of the Beckhams' impromptu musical.
Journalist Derek Blasberg praised him by saying, “What can’t he do?”
Fashion editor Eva Chen wrote, “The ending was impressive though, wow!”
“SINGGGGGGG DAVID!!!!!!” Kelly Rowland raved.
Becks responded with the raised eyebrow emoji.
This comes after the former Man United and Real Madrid midfielder returned from Qatar where he is serving as one of the ambassadors for the 2022 Fifa World Cup – a role that's been marred by controversy in light of human rights abuses in the Middle Eastern country.
David responded to the criticism by saying the World Cup will be a platform for "progress, inclusivity and tolerance".
"Qatar dreamed of bringing the World Cup to a place that it had never been before, but that it wouldn't be enough just to achieve things on the pitch. The pitch would be a platform for progress.”