The famous designer admits that she lost out on Sports Day due to a fellow famous mum 'duping' her into coming last... Ouch

We’re used to watching footballing star David Beckham take on rivals on the pitch, but it seems Victoria’s the one getting competitive these days.

The former Spice Girl admitted to viewers of ‘Late Night’ that whilst taking part in her kids’ Sports Day, she was tricked into coming last by another sneaky mum.

Brave decision, taking on Posh Spice!

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VB says she was tricked into coming last at her kids’ sports day…

The 42-year-old revealed to host, Seth Meyers: “I was at sports day I thought it’s the taking part that counts… (And) one of the mums said we’ll run at the back together.”

Victoria then went on: “She steamed ahead! She won the race and I was at the back.”

And the fashion designer’s embarrassment didn’t end there, as her running rival then started taunting her, saying, ‘I think you might find you came last there.’ Ouch.

Victoria Beckham out and about, New York, USA - 12 Sep 2016

A mum of four, Victoria refused to reveal the identity of the ruthless parent, simply teasing the audience saying: “If only you knew who it was.” Ooh, cryptic.

Having being beaten by the likes of fellow fashion designer Stella McCartney at son Cruz’s Sports Day in 2013, we can only imagine which A-list parent pipped Posh to the post this year!

Thankfully, hubby and former England captain, David, led the family to victory and went on to win his race against the other doting dads (of course he did).

Fun day painting with mummy and Uncle Kenny X Kisses from the sunshine! X @davidbeckham #clevergirl X vb

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Proving the talented parents are bringing up an equally as talented brood, Victoria went on to tell viewers: “We’re like a travelling circus our family. We dance, we sing, we play football, do fashion.”

The ‘Spice Up Your Life’ singer even revealed her youngest, Harper, who’s 5, is following in her mum’s fashion footsteps, saying: “(She) Loves to play with make-up and has been able to run in pair of high heels for a very long time. I’m so proud.”

Maybe with a bit of coaching from Harper, Victoria will storm next year’s Sports Day in a pair of stilettos?