Her husband David Beckham was banned from driving for six months on Thursday, after being caught with his phone on his knee.
And Victoria didn’t look too happy with the verdict on Thursday, as she was pictured leaving The Mark hotel in New York, with a glum look on her face.
Victoria was wearing an outfit from her own collection, choosing a checked shirt which was tucked into a black pleated skirt which had a grey waistband.
Something up? Victoria Beckham looked stony-faced as she stepped out of The Mark hotel in New York hours after husband David was BANNED from driving for six months on Thursday
She was wearing a pair of tight red peeptoe knee high boots, which added a pop of colour to her ensemble.
But no matter how quirky her wardrobe appeared, there was no mistaking Victoria’s expression on the day as she headed to a business meeting.
David was caught with his phone on his knee while at the wheel of his £100k Bentley – despite claiming he needs his licence for the school run.
The law: Her husband David Beckham was banned from driving for six months on Thursday, after being caught with his phone on his knee
He was also ordered to pay a £750 fine after admitting using his phone while driving in November.
Wearing a sharp grey suit and tie for his appearance at Bromley Magistrates Court , the former England captain was given six points on his driving licence and banned.
He was banned from the roads by District Judge Catherine Moore, who added six points to his licence which already had six points on it from two previous speeding offences.
Making her own style rules: Victoria was wearing an outfit from her own collection, choosing a checked shirt which was tucked into a black pleated skirt which had a grey waistband
Putting her best foot forward: She was wearing a pair of tight red peeptoe knee high boots, which added a pop of colour to her ensemble
Beckham showed no reaction as the sentenced was passed down.
Matthew Spratt, prosecuting solicitor, said: ‘There are already six points for two speeding matters.
‘On 21 November last year at 1pm the defendant was seen in a Bentley in slow moving traffic. He was seen by a member of the public looking at his lap.’
He said the member of the public spotted a mobile phone on his knee. He took photographs of Mr Beckham.
Defence solicitor Gerrard Tyrrell said: ‘Mr Beckham has no recollection of the day in question or this particular incident. He has seen these photographs.
‘It looks like it was stationary traffic. That’s no excuse. As he can not remember he pleaded guilty which he has done.
‘Mr Beckham likes driving. He drives a lot. He takes his children to school each day when he can and he picks them up when he can.’
Nothing to say: Victoria has not said anything on the matter