Steamy first pictures show David Beckham and Courteney Cox strip down for the hot tub together as they made cameo roles on Modern Family.
In October the pair were snapped together as they filmed a hot tub scene – in what seems like an unlikely showbiz friendship.
But there was a hidden meaning behind their cosy encounter, as David appeared to be dropping hints about a new project.
David and Courteney guest-star as themselves in the latest episode of the smash-hit US comedy.
Now the first pictures have emerged and it shows the two friends surrounded by some of the sitcom’s cast as they relax in the hot tub.
Courteney is pictured in a skimpy black bikini as viewers get a glimpse at her incredible figure.
She’s seen stripping off to get into the tub alongside Becks, who shows off his hunky tattooed body, and other members.
They appear to be laughing and chatting in the episode, as Courteney gets her phone out at one point.
In another shot, the pair are seen out of the tub standing beside each other.
At the time, the pair raised concern after Courteney was spotted placing her hand on David Beckham’s leg while filming the steamy cameo.
Courteney shared a series of snaps to her Instagram which featured show stars Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Eric Stonestreet.
Clad in a bikini, she smiled at the camera while David, in swim shorts, got close to her for the shot.
And in the second photo, the heat turns up as the pair are joined by Jesse and Eric while she lays her arm on Beckham’s lap.
She wrote: “Too hot in the hot tub! #modernfamily.”
Fans jumped in on the hand action, with one commenting: “Where is your hand going?!”
David, who is married to Victoria Beckham, broke the news of his appearance on the hit comedy show by sharing an Instagram snap of himself and the actress reading a script.
He wrote: “I met a new FRIEND today at work @courteneycoxofficial #modernfamily.”
His wife Victoria gushed over the post, and said: “I can’t wait!!!!!!! Kisses x”.
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