The 41-year-old British fashion designer - who has three sons, Brooklyn, 16, Romeo, 12, and Cruz, 10, and three-year-old daughter Harper with David Beckham - was asked to place some of her husband's many tattoos when she appeared on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show'.
The show's host explained: "You're doing some work with the United Nations ... Goodwill Ambassador, and your husband David has tonnes of tattoos, so what we thought we would do is play a game called 'Tats on Becks.'"
Victoria was then asked to correctly identify the body part where some of her husband's body art can be found.
However, the former Spice Girl struggled to correctly name the order of tattoos bearing their children's names on David's back.
She said: "That's not very good is it." And in response to Victoria's struggles, Ellen quipped: "You need to look at his back more often."
Recently, David claimed his tattoos stopped people thinking of him as a "mummy's boy". The retired soccer star insisted he is still "really happy" with all of them and thinks they helped dramatically change his image.
He explained: "I'm always asked [if I regret them] but I don't. I'm really happy with all my tattoos. The one that probably caused the most controversy was the one on my neck. People saw me as a bit of a mummy's boy then I got this big black tattoo on the back of my neck and the perception changed a little bit."