Victoria Beckham attacks David’s dress sense after revealing their home has been flooded

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VICTORIA Beckham had to deal with a flood at the family’s £6million Cotswolds mansion today – but she still found time to mock husband David’s dress sense.

The 46-year-old fashionista went out for a walk with the former football ace while a workman tackled the aftermath of an overflowing bath at their country pad.

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Victoria Beckham publicly mocked her husband’s hat on Instagram today[/caption]

David posted a picture of himself in lord-of-the-manor mode, wearing a wide-brimmed hat and a wool jacket and clutching a walking stick, with one hand around his wife’s shoulder.

Meanwhile, Victoria was in a khaki jacket, white T-shirt and jeans, smiling at the camera with one hand in her pocket.

David, 45, wrote: “Saturday sunshine walk but someone isn’t overly impressed with my hat 🤨 I obviously love it 😆.”

Victoria remarked: “The hat looked ok before someone ran it over 🥴😂🥴😂.”

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A very similar picture shows David with his eyes closed looking towards his wife[/caption]

The footballer said he loved his hat – but Posh said it looks like it had been run over
The couple called in a emergency flood-fixer called Des O’Connor
Some heavy-duty equipment was put to work after the flood


However, back at the house, a workman with the aptly-showbiz name of Des O’Connor was busy tackling a flood.

Posh posted a video of him with a pile of equipment, saying: “Hi I’m Des O’Connor. I’ve come to help David and Victoria flooding the flood in the house.

“This is my dehumidifier to help dry out this flooring and the carpet and hopefully get them back to right as soon as possible.” to which she replied: “Thanks, Des.”

Victoria captioned the video: “Socially-distanced emergency repair visit from Des O’Connor! Who knew?! Worth having a minor flooding incident with an overfilled bath for.”