Earlier, rumors appeared on the network that Victoria and Nikola had a very strained relationship, and after the wedding they stopped communicating altogether. Nicola suggested that rumors of a conflict between them began because she did not choose a Victoria brand dress for the wedding.
I was going to wear a dress of her brand and I really wanted to. But after a few months, Victoria realized that her atelier would not be able to sew it. That is why I had to choose another dress. But she didn't say that I couldn't choose another dress. Since this all started. As a result, Nicola went to the altar in a Valentino Couture dress, and the mother of the groom herself, Beckham's close friend Eva Longoria and Romeo Beckham's ex-girlfriend Mia Regan appeared in the outfits of the Victoria brand.
Nicola previously posted an emotional post on Instagram*. In the comments, her subscribers suggested that these words — about her conflict with Victoria. Everyone has days when people hurt. And that's okay — feel bad and offended because of it, — she wrote.
Brooklyn Beckham, in turn, spoke about the conflict between his mother and wife, saying that it was not a surprise for him. I knew that people would always write such things, they would always try to put someone down. But everyone is getting along, which is good.
He also spoke about his decision to take his wife's surname, which, according to rumors, also displeased his mother. We combined our last names. I thought, “Oh, we could start something new and that would be great. We'll have kids of our own and little Peltz Beckhams running around.” In an interview, the couple added that although they are going to have children, they do not plan to do so in the near future. We do not plan to have children next year. But we would like to have a big family someday and also would like to adopt children. In addition to Brooklyn, Euphoria star Angus Cloud, previously accused of rape, singer Becky G and Halle Bailey, who played the role of The Little Mermaid in the new film, also appeared on the covers of the special issue.
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