Victoria Beckham's Christmas wishes came true - and everyone's jealous

Victoria Beckham is the envy of many with her cheeky Christmas jumper

Victoria Beckham's Christmas wishes came true - and everyone's jealous
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“I got what I wanted this Christmas.”

Victoria Beckham has won Christmas with her hilarious Instagram post – and she might have made a few enemies who are jealous of just what the fashion designer got for the holidays.

Victoria isn’t talking about anything materialistic under the tree this year. No, she’s talking about her husband.

In the photos posted to her 30 million Instagram followers, Victoria is wearing a white hoodie which reads “All I want for Christmas is David Beckham.”

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It’s unclear whether the funny hoodie is one of Victoria’s own designs but one thing that is clear is that many of her followers want one for themselves.

Although it’s not clear whether they want a hoodie of their own, or their very own David Beckham…

One fan amusingly commented on the Spice Girl’s post, “release the jumper for the girls and the gays!”

Another added, “All I want for Christmas is the same as you, VB!”

Victoria Beckham's Christmas wishes are what many of her fans have asked for in the comments

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While many were jealous of Victoria’s Christmas wish coming true, some fans couldn’t help but admire her “flex.”

After all, Victoria and David have been married for 23 years, an impressive achievement for any couple, not least a celebrity one.

This wasn’t the only festive post Victoria shared with her fans. On Christmas Eve, she shared some heartwarming photos of David and three of their children in matching silk pyjamas.

In the pictures, David poses with sons Romeo and Cruz, and their daughter Harper. Victoria’s caption read, “Dad keeping up the Beckham family tradition!” and she also went on to include a sweet note to their eldest son, Brooklyn, who was absent from the family festivities.

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Brooklyn married actress Nicola Peltz this year and, via his own social media page, uploaded photos of their first Christmas together as newlyweds.

While Victoria wrote in her post that “we love and miss you” to Brooklyn, none of the family liked the photos of Brooklyn and Nicola.

This comes after months of rumors of a rift between Nicola and Victoria – something which Nicola addressed in an interview with The Times.

Nicola spoke with the newspaper about the media frenzy surrounding her relationship with her uber famous mother-in-law, simply stating, "No family is perfect."

Brooklyn and Nicola Peltz spent Christmas away from Brooklyn's family this year

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In the interview, she revealed she took issue with the term 'feud' being used, "It's not a feud! I keep seeing everywhere that word, 'feud, feud, feud!?"

Despite taking issue with the use of the word feud, Nicola didn’t actually dispel rumors that the pair weren’t getting along great, adding "I mean, maybe they picked up on something? And now they're labelling it feud.”

"I think it all started – and I've said this before – because I didn't end up wearing Victoria's wedding dress," Nicola explained.

"The real truth is, I really, really wanted to wear it and I thought it was so beautiful that Brooklyn's mom got to make that for me! And I was really excited to wear it! And I didn't end up wearing it."

She continued, "It makes me sad when I read things that people say I was never planning on wearing it. That's just not true."

The whole family posed together back in October this year, so perhaps the newlyweds just wanted a quieter first Christmas together. 

Jack Slater
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