Victoria Beckham has revealed that she thinks her husband David could step into Daniel Craig's shoes and become the next James Bond.
During an interview in China, the former Spice Girl praised David's potential acting skills.
"I think you would be really good at acting," she said, before turning to the interviewer and asking, "Don't you think he'd be good at acting?
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"I think you should be James Bond! He'd be a good James Bond!"
David, however, didn't appear to share the same confidence in his big screen chances as his wife.
"I have some friends who are actors, Tom Cruise is a very good friends of ours," he said. "But I don't think I have any plans to become an actor. I'm not sure I'd be very good at it!"
Mother-of-four Victoria, who was in China to promote her latest collection, revealed that despite her enormous success as a fashion designer, her family remains her focus.
"David and the children will always be my priority," she said. "Everything that I do revolves around David and the children.
"As any working mum knows, it's huge juggling act," she added. "But absolutely – they inspire me every day, every single day David and the children inspire me. I'm very lucky, I'm very blessed and I'm a very lucky lady."
Earlier this week, David poked fun at Victoria's reputation of looking serious, cheekily posting a close-up of his wife lying down and laughing with the caption, "See I told you she smiles!"
The pair were reunited when Victora jetted out to China, where David is on a promotional tour of the country as the Ambassador of Chinese football.T
They made an appearance on a Chinese talk show, and even tried their hand at a bit of presenting before sitting down to chat with their host.
Victoria, 39, introduced several models wearing dresses from her Victoria Beckham fashion line as David looked proudly on.
The former Spice Girl arrived in China on Saturday, and received a warm welcome from her local supporters. "Thank u to my amazing fans here in Beijing, what a welcome!!," she wrote on Twitter.