Mercedes have hilariously replicated an already iconic scene from the new Netflix documentary about David Beckham with a cheeky social media post.
In the viral clip, Victoria Beckham discusses her and David's relationship's beginnings. David playfully urged her to 'be honest' about her upbringing, revealing that Victoria wasn't exactly as 'working class' as she claimed, as her dad used to drive her to school in a Rolls-Royce.
On X (formerly Twitter), Mercedes poked fun at the scene, with Russell playing Victoria and Hamilton adopting the role of David.
Russell is pictured on the sofa above subtitles which read: "We both love weekends without F1."
Hamilton is then pictured popping his head through the doorway, just as the former Manchester United star did, saying: "Be honest."
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