Brooklyn Beckham’s wedding will be ‘family focused’



Brooklyn Beckham, Nicola Peltz are posing for a picture: Brooklyn Beckham and Nicola Peltz


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Brooklyn Beckham and Nicola Peltz

Brooklyn Beckham will have a “family focused” wedding.

The 21-year-old aspiring photographer is set to tie the knot with Nicola Peltz next year, and sources have said he wants every member of his family – including his parents, David and Victoria Beckham, his brothers, Romeo, 18, and Cruz, 15, and his nine-year-old sister Harper – involved in the process.

Brooklyn and Nicola, 25, will reportedly have two weddings – with one in the UK, and one in Nicola’s home country, the US – and Brooklyn’s famous father David Beckham will be the master of the ceremonies.

Victoria Beckham is set to design Nicola’s dress, whilst Harper will act as the chief bridesmaid, and both Romeo and Cruz will be Brooklyn’s best men.

A source told The Sun newspaper: “Brooklyn is incredibly family focused, just like his parents, and the boys are so

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Brooklyn Beckham's wedding will be 'family focused'

Brooklyn Beckham will have a “family focused” wedding.

The 21-year-old aspiring photographer is set to tie the knot with Nicola Peltz next year, and sources have said he wants every member of his family – including his parents, David and Victoria Beckham, his brothers, Romeo, 18, and Cruz, 15, and his nine-year-old sister Harper – involved in the process.

Brooklyn and Nicola, 25, will reportedly have two weddings – with one in the UK, and one in Nicola’s home country, the US – and Brooklyn’s famous father David Beckham will be the master of the ceremonies.

Victoria Beckham is set to design Nicola’s dress, whilst Harper will act as the chief bridesmaid, and both Romeo and Cruz will be Brooklyn’s best men.

A source told The Sun newspaper: “Brooklyn is incredibly family focused, just like his parents, and the boys are so close. They are brothers and best mates.

“Although

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