Beckham cooks fish fingers for Posh during World Cup in Birds Eye candid photos

David Beckham, in his pants, complete with fluffy pink oven gloves, brandishes a tray full of fish fingers while his wife Victoria sits on the kitchen counter, pouting.

  • Becks, complete with pants and fluffy pink oven gloves, serves Posh fish fingers.

    Becks, complete with pants and fluffy pink oven gloves, serves Posh fish fingers.

  • John Terry, holding a fish finger sandwich, weeps in front of the TV while swearing allegiance in his England kit.

    John Terry, holding a fish finger sandwich, weeps in front of the TV while swearing allegiance in his England kit.

  • Sven Goran-Erikson eyes a gourmet-looking fish finger sandwich while surrounded by carnival dancers.

    Sven Goran-Erikson eyes a gourmet-looking fish finger sandwich while surrounded by carnival dancers.

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Or so spoof photographer Alison Jackson would have you think. Birds Eye has enlisted the lookalike creator to imagine what Posh and Becks, John Terry and Sven Goran-Eriksson will be doing in the months of June and July.

Beckham will be indoors, cooking for his wife; Terry is imagined crying in his front room, in an England football kit, watching a match while eating a fish finger sandwich, while Goran-Erikson is shown sat on a sofa, about to tuck into a gourmet looking fish finger sandwich, surrounded by carnival dancers.

Brand: Birds Eye

Photographer: Alison Jackson

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