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Mortified Victoria Beckham can’t stop laughing as daughter Harper, 9, asks if she’s making frozen margaritas at 7.30AM

MORTIFIED Victoria Beckham couldn't stop laughing after her nine-year-old daughter Harper asked if she was making frozen margaritas at 7.30AM.

The 47-year-old star was actually making a protein shake before heading to the gym, and caught the hilarious exchange with her youngest child in a sweet video.

The former Spice Girl had been filming her shake blending in the kitchen of their family home when off-camera Harper asked: "What is that?

"Is it a frozen margarita?"

Margaritas are cocktails that usually consist of tequila, orange liqueur, and lime juice - often served with salt on the glass rim.

Clearly stunned, Victoria could be heard gasping before saying between giggles: "Harper!

"It is 7.30 in the morning, it is not a frozen margarita, I am going to the gym!"

The fashion designer shared a close up view of her organic whey protein powder, adding in captions: "It's 7.30am and I'm heading to the gym!

"No Harper Seven, this is NOT a frozen margarita - love how she just assumed!"

Victoria added crying-with-laughter and shocked personalised bitmojis to her posts to reinforce her reaction.

Harper is Victoria's youngest child with husband David, with the pair also mum and dad to 22-year-old Brooklyn, 18-year-old Romeo, and 16-year-old Cruz.

Later in the day, Victoria channelled her former Posh Spice alter ego as she flashed the peace sign while posing for a mirror selfie.

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She wore a black mini-dress for the snap - which was her staple outfit during her popstar heyday.

The beauty referenced her homage to the Spice Girls in the post's caption, writing: "Hoping you all have a spicy Saturday!"

The Beckhams recently returned to their home in the UK after spending time in the US for David's Miami FC work commitments.

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