Brooklyn Beckham and wife Nicola Peltz put on a united front as they walked hand-in-hand in Paris ahead of his mother Victoria’s fashion show, quashing rumors of family feuds.
David and Victoria Beckham’s eldest son, 23, and the actress, 28, arrived a day before his fashion magnate mother’s show.
He looked casual for the outing in jeans and a beige quarter-zip sweater.
Brooklyn hid his long dark locks under a backwards baseball cap and kept himself comfortable in a pair of dark sneakers.
Meanwhile, Nicola dressed to impress in a tan leather jacket and coordinated midi skirt for the outing.
All smiles: Brooklyn Beckham and his wife Nicola Peltz put on a united front as they walked hand in hand in Paris for his mother Victoria’s fashion show that sparked rumors of family feuds
Looking good: David and Victoria Beckham’s eldest son, 23, looked casual in jeans, while his actress wife, 28, stunned in a leather ensemble and sky-high knee-high boots
She turned up the heat by adding inches to her body in a striking pair of sky-high knee-high boots that she wore with sheer black tights.
The actress lugged her belongings around in a chic little bag and styled her long dark locks into luxurious waves that fell over her shoulders.
Rumor has it that Nicola, who married Brooklyn last April, is said to have caused a fight between her and the former Spice Girl.
Nicola, who previously confirmed the rumors started after she didn’t wear the mother-in-law’s wedding dress design when she married Brooklyn, doubled down on the claims in an October interview with The times.
But she denied the icy tensions were a “feud,” explaining that the Victoria’s atelier simply hadn’t had time to make the dress, as she insisted, “No family is perfect.”
Nicola said, “It’s not a feud! I keep seeing that word everywhere, ‘feud, feud, feud!?’ I mean, maybe they picked up on something? And now they label it a feud?’
“I think it all started, and I’ve said this before, because I ended up not wearing Victoria’s wedding dress, but the real truth is I really, really wanted to wear it and I loved it so much that Brooklyn’s mama has to do it for me.” to make! And I was really excited to wear it! And in the end I didn’t wear it.’
She continued, “But honestly, I was really excited to wear her dress. It makes me sad when I read things that people say I never intended to wear. That’s just not true.’
Happy family? It comes after the actress tied the knot with David and Victoria’s eldest son Brooklyn last April, sparking a feud (Victoria pictured in October)
‘Can’t wait to see you so soon’: Nicola gushed about how she ‘loves and misses’ David Beckham’s sister Joanne as she celebrated her day (pictured with Brooklyn in November)
Nicola previously dismissed the feud story, saying she believes it all started when she chose Valentino couture over Victoria’s design.
She told Variety, “I planned and I really wanted it, and then a few months later she realized her studio couldn’t do it, so then I had to pick another dress.”
“She didn’t say you can’t wear it; I didn’t say I didn’t want to wear it. That’s where it started.’
Brooklyn, in a rather muted defense, added, “Everyone gets along, which is good.”
More recently, Victoria addressed those rumored family feuds in an interview in December.
The fashion mogul said she was trying to show “support” for her eldest son Brooklyn and his marriage to Nicola, amid rumors she had a falling out with the couple following their wedding last year.
Candid: Rumors of a feud between Nicola and her mother-in-law started after the wedding in April after Nicola did not wear Victoria’s wedding dress (pictured together in 2021)
The former Spice Girl has four children, Brooklyn, 23, Romeo, 20, Cruz, 18, and Harper, 11, with husband David.
She was asked by the Armchair Expert Podcast with Dax Shepard as she and David give their kids advice, replying, “We’re so close to our kids, I think it’s all about communication.”
“You just try to do your best as a parent and support your kids. You want them to be happy, hard-working, good, kind people.
“But in the end, you know, the kids have to do what they’re going to do. You just have to be there to support and love them.”