Best wishes to the newlywed couple!
Brooklyn Beckham, Victoria and David Beckham’s eldest son, married heiress Nicola Peltz on Saturday in Palm Beach, Florida, in an extravagant black-tie event hosted on Peltz’s family estate.
In honor of Nicola’s Jewish roots, the pair married under a flower-draped chuppah in a traditional Jewish ceremony. She was photographed by The Daily Mail wearing a bespoke Valentino gown that she picked with the aid of New York-based celebrity stylist Leslie Fremar.
Ever since they announced their engagement in July 2020, after initially going public with their relationship in January, the now-married couple has been the topic of marriage rumors multiple times.
“We’ve been engaged for a year and if COVID wasn’t a thing we’d have liked to have been married already, and it has been a bit difficult,” said Brooklyn to Hello! magazine back in November 2021. “You know, I’ve only just started to travel again, I’m travelling a little bit now but hopefully, it’ll be next year.”
Reactions to Brooklyn Beckham And Nicola Peltz Tied The Knot In Palm Beach
Weddings are lovely things but I do feel the 3m dollar cost of Brooklyn Beckham’s wedding is in poor taste in these times of hardship for many. It would have been a wonderful gesture to have a smaller wedding and donate the money to charity instead.— Craig’s Mum 3 (@Elizabe13014545) April 9, 2022
if i don’t get a Brooklyn Beckham and Nicola Peltz wedding doc i’m going to cryyyyyyy— awa soww hott🦄 (@awasoww) April 10, 2022
I know that normal life goes on but anyone else feel a bit sick to hear that Brooklyn’s Beckham’s wedding is costing over £3million? The have everyone/have nothing gap widens.— Miriam Norrish (@MiriamNorrish) April 9, 2022
Seeing so much today on Brooklyn Beckham’s wedding. Rich, privileged, man marries rich privileged woman. What the fuck do they want us to do…put bunting up, clap on the doorstep or how about I decorate my gas meter as it’s not doing much at the moment #notbitter pic.twitter.com/8B8L3bO7rW— Mrs O (@stephanieoram1) April 8, 2022