'Game Of Thrones' Fans Are Hating David Beckham At The Moment And We Can See Why

The 40-year-old actor has landed himself in some hot water after continuing to spoil Game of Thrones for UK viewers.

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Warning this piece WILL contain spoilers about Game Of Thrones Season 7 episode 3, so before you start tweeting me or ELLE UK claiming we've ruined 'Game of Thrones' forever, don't say we didn't warn you.

Whether it's Top of the Lake or the Handmaid's Tale, obsessed television viewers can be separated into two specific groups - those who are desperate to be kept in the loop, even at the expense of finding out a spoiler, and those who will stare at you with demon eyes across the office if you so dare to whisper what happens in an episode they missed.

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This is something David Beckham needs to learn about pronto as he's currently on there verge of losing all of his 39 million Instagram followers if he continues to post Game of Thrones spoilers.

On Sunday, the 42-year-old shared several pictures and clips to his Instagram stories from the new GOT series, a day before the episode aired in the UK, which apparently isn't a first time occurrence for the father-of-four's fans of late.

In one of the clips, the former footballer took pictures of the 'The Queen's Justice' episode, uploading pictures of Jon Snow (Kit Harington) with Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) alongside a red heart emoji, as well as Archmaester Ebrose (Jim Broadbent).

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As a result, die-hard GOT fans took to Twitter to voice their outrage at Beckham's unapologetic spoilers, threatening to unfollow the star if he kept of ruining the show for UK viewers.

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'Literally am going to stop following David Beckham on insta if he doesn't realise that not everyone has watched #GoT!!! #YoureSpoilingIt!' one viewer tweeted.

Another posted: 'David Beckham just ruining #GOT on Instagram stories for anyone who hasn't seen it yet. Thanks mate.'

Others really stuck the knife in, tweeting: 'David Beckham casually spoiling Game of Thrones on his Insta stories like he spoiled the World Cup in 1998.'

Oh, burn.

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