David and Victoria Beckham recreate viral moment from Netflix show for Super Bowl ad

David and Victoria Beckham are set to star in their first Super Bowl advert together.

In a teaser clip shared online for the Uber Eats advert on Tuesday, the former Spice Girl-turned-fashion designer, 49, can be seen sporting a white t-shirt that reads "My dad has a Rolls Royce" in a nod to a moment that the couple shared during their recent Netflix series that went viral.

David teased Victoria over her claims that she came from a working class background, telling her to reveal what car her dad used to take her to school in - the answer being a Rolls Royce.

“So David and I are gonna be in a little commercial,” the mum-of-four said in the Uber Eats advert. David then pops his head out from behind a door frame reminding his wife to “Be honest, be honest!”

“Okay. It’s a big commercial,” Victoria adds, with David prompting her to “tell them what it’s during”.

“David, I’m trying,” she hits back.

When David persists, Victoria then tells the camera that the ad will be airing during “the big baseball game”.

“The super big baseball game,” David adds before the Wannabe hit-maker starts getting confused and questions whether or not it was the “hockey bowl” instead.

“Hockey Bowl,” David replies. “Oh, and tell them about Jessica Aniston,” he added. “Jessica Aniston is gonna be in it, too,” Victoria closes the teaser, before David can be heard proclaiming: “We love Jessica.”

Clearly they meant Friends actress Jennifer Aniston, not Jessica.

Text then appears on the screen, which reads: “Whatever you forget this Sunday, remember Uber Eats.”

Their commercial will air on February 11 during the NFL Super Bowl, which will see the Kansas City Chiefs play the San Francisco 49ers at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Music super star Usher will be performing during the Super Bowl half time show.

Another pop star likely to attend is Taylor Swift as boyfriend Travis Kelce is a tight end for the Kansas City Chiefs.

The Shake It Off hit-maker is due to perform in Tokyo on her Eras Tour the night before the big game, but reports suggest she may just make it back to the United States in time for kick off, albeit jetlagged.