Victoria Beckham makes X-rated remark about size of David Beckham’s manhood

An unearthed clip has shown Victoria Beckham making X-rated remarks about the size of husband David Beckham 's manhood.

The clip follows David's steamy Emporio Armani underwear advert, which caused trolls to accuse him of putting socks in his boxers to make his manhood appear bigger.

Fans, and even David's pal comedian James Corden, claimed the former footballer was "faking the bulge".

However, Victoria once compared her husband's manhood size to that of a rather large tractor part.

Defending his honour back in 2008, she said: "I'm proud I still have a really good sex life with David. He is very much in proportion.

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"He does have a huge one, though. He does. You can see it in the advert. It is all his. It is like a tractor exhaust pipe!"

Back before she found more fame as a fashion mogul, Victoria shared many X-rated confessions about her time in the bedroom with her husband.

Speaking on Big Breakfast, she once joked that David "liked to wear her knickers".

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She also once opened up on their first martial home in Hertfordshire which was dubbed the Beckingham Palace.

Victoria told how every room had a kinky and "camp" style to it.

"There's a room like a tart's boudoir, with leopard print everywhere and a mirrored ceiling," she said.

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"Then there's our bedroom, which is quite virginal and white, with a big four-poster, old-oak bed."

The mum-of-four doesn't make the confessions as much anymore, but in 2013 she told Vogue Australia that once the children are in bed, she'd rather stick a face-mask on.

"Honestly, once the children are in bed I’d rather work or shove on a face pack and pluck my eyebrows.

"By the time Brooklyn’s finally gone to bed, it’s all I’m fit for. Really, we’re much more normal than people think."

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