Victoria Beckham showed off her sommelier skills on Tuesday night, as she treated herself and her son Brooklyn to a cheeky tipple of wine.
No bargain bin blanc this bottle was though, Victoria indulged in a bottle of Screaming Eagle – a Californian drop hailing from the Napa Valley, with a shot posted to Instagram with Brooklyn holding the bottle, a third of the way through.
We should just point out at this stage that an average bottle retails for – wait for it – £2,426 (according to Wine Researcher).
That’s right, VB dropped nearly three grand on vino as mother and son were celebrating Brooklyn’s return to Blighty after moving to New York to study photography.
Look, Vicky, you might be beside yourself in excitement that your son has returned home after a year in New York but that’s no reason to drop a cheeky few grand of a bottle of plonk, OK?
Then again, perhaps we shouldn’t be surprised – during a joint interview with BFF Eva Longoria, Victoria, 43, snubbed any wine that cost more than a tenner.
While appearing on This Morning last month, when they were asked what they’d spend their last £10 on, Eva immediately said ‘Wine!’
Victoria was taken aback and said: ‘Wine for a tenner?? I don’t think you’d like it.’
The former Spice Girl took to Instagram earlier in the week to let her followers know the weary traveller had returned for the holidays, snapping the big bro with his siblings Romeo, Cruz and Harper.
Obviously the designer is making the most of having her eldest at home, but seems when it comes to Posh Spice, some things never change.
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