Nicola Peltz stunned in a plunging halter dress as she joined husband Brooklyn Beckham W Magazine’s annual Best Performances Party at Chateau Marmont.
The actress, 28, and aspiring chef, 23, stepped out to the Los Angeles event on Friday, after it was revealed that her father has filed a £132,000 lawsuit against his daughter’s wedding planners.
Brushing off the recent drama, the couple posed for photos at the glitzy bash, with Nicola sporting a sleek chocolate brown dress with ruffles.
The classy number pinched her waist before falling into a straight skirt to her knee, layering black opaque tights underneath.
Nicola completed her look with a sky-high pair of platform shoes and styled her hair in beachy waves.
Mesmerizing: Nicola Peltz, 28, stunned in a plunging halter dress as she joined husband Brooklyn Beckham, 23, at W Magazine’s annual Best Performances party at Chateau Marmont
Drama: The actress and aspiring chef stepped out to the Los Angeles event on Friday, after it was revealed her father has filed a $159,000 lawsuit against his daughters’ wedding planners
Brooklyn opted for a black suit and slacks with an open white shirt and a pair of patent brogues.
Also present at the party were Elvis star Austin Butler and his girlfriend Kaia Gerber, as well as Kate Hudson and Cara Delevingne.
It comes after the full drama behind Brooklyn and Nicola’s wedding has come to light in a shocking 188-page lawsuit filed in Florida.
The £3million celebrity ‘dream wedding’, which united the daughter of a billionaire with the son of a sporting icon, appeared flawlessly in the glossy pages of Vogue magazine.
But behind the scenes, Brooklyn’s marriage to heiress Nicola was so chaotic that even the bride’s father called it a “s*** show.”
Wedding planners Nicole Braghin and Arianna Grijalba were ‘devastated’ earlier this month when billionaire businessman Nelson Peltz launched a lawsuit demanding his £132,000 down payment.
Mr Peltz, 80, claims the couple were fired just weeks before the three-day wedding spectacle at the £76million mansion in Palm Beach, Florida, last April over alleged ‘mistakes’.
But last week, Ms. Braghin and Ms. Grijalba hit back, calling Mr. Peltz a “billionaire bully” and filed a counterclaim in a Miami court alleging breach of contract and “interference” in a business deal.
All smiles: The couple brushed off the recent drama and posed for photos at the glitzy bash
Slick: Brooklyn opted for a black suit and slacks with an open white shirt and a pair of patent brogues
They are also suing bride Nicola, her mother Claudia and wedding planner Rishi Patel for damages of at least £41,000 plus costs, which could run into the hundreds of thousands of pounds.
The women’s company, Plan Design Events, was hired in February 2022, just six weeks before the lavish wedding.
More than 500 guests attended, including TV chef Gordon Ramsay, Desperate Housewife Eva Longoria, Victoria’s fellow Spice Girls Mel B and Mel C and David Beckham’s former Manchester United teammate Phil Neville.
The planners agreed to a fee of £264,000, with Mr Peltz paying a deposit of half that amount.
VIPs: Elvis star Austin Butler and his girlfriend Kaia Gerber also attended the party
Pose: Kate Hudson (L) and Cara Delevingne (R) were glamorous at the event
Elegant: Blonde star Ana de Armas (L) looked chic in a black velvet crop top while Daisy Edgar-Jones (R) opted for a sophisticated satin slip dress
Friends: Daisy (L) later joined Addison Rae (R) for a photo
They took over from Preston Bailey – an icon in the industry who previously planned Catherine Zeta-Jones’ wedding to Michael Douglas. He said he left after a year of work by mutual agreement because his schedule was “overbooked.”
But the planners who replaced him claim things were so chaotic — with multiple guest lists and a bride reportedly “too busy” to speak on the phone — that things quickly went downhill.
The court documents include hundreds of WhatsApp chat messages, texts and emails – summarized below – showing that guest lists were incomplete, travel arrangements had not been made and even the flowers and cake had yet to be sorted out. Hair and makeup artists and photographers and videographers were also unconfirmed.
Sparkles: Mia Goth (L) also opted for a little black dress while Elizabeth Debicki (R) shone in a silver dress
Stunning: Kate (L) smiled in her pink satin two-piece while Taylor Russell (R) wore an edgy leather dress
Glowing: The Crown star Elizabeth has styled her bright blonde locks in tousled waves
Slick: The White Lotus star Leo Woodal wore a silver bomber jacket
Beautiful: Cara looked fabulous in a corset shirt dress
Fun night: Ana joined filmmaker Rian Johnson at the party
And when the planners came up with a wedding ring idea, Nicole labeled them “cheesy” and only wanted the lead singer.
Ms. Braghin and Ms. Grijalba say they worked 17 hours a day to meet the demands of their customers.
And while there had been reports of an argument between Nicola and her future mother-in-law over the bride choosing to wear a Valentino couture gown instead of one from Victoria’s label (a feud Nicola later denied), it was Clearly, the lawsuit says, the Peltz’s didn’t want their new in-laws to know about the last-minute glitches.
Oh dear: It comes after the full drama behind Brooklyn and Nicola’s marriage is exposed in a shocking 188-page lawsuit filed in Florida (Brooklyn pictured with Nelson Peltz)
“Both Claudia and Nicola had insisted that Victoria Beckham should not know about internal errors related to the ongoing planning of her son’s wedding, including any errors with the guest list,” the court said.
A source told The Mail on Sunday: “This court case epitomizes the world of the very wealthy. These event planners found themselves in a difficult situation just six weeks before a wedding that would receive worldwide attention, and put their hearts and souls into it.
“Nothing ever seemed to be good enough. This sheds light on how the other half lives – and that’s not always a pretty picture.’
A spokesperson for Mr Peltz said last night that the planners’ complaint is “riddled with inaccuracies and that their claims are baseless”.