Nicola and Brooklyn Beckham celebrated their wedding anniversary


Nicola and Brooklyn Beckham celebrated their wedding anniversary
Nicola and Brooklyn Beckham celebrated their wedding anniversary

Nicola Peltz Beckham and Brooklyn Beckham are very active on social media, and they constantly inform their fans about the happenings in their lives. The couple posted a picture on Instagram a couple of days ago in which they made it clear that they were celebrating their wedding anniversary.

They both looked very happy in the photo and seem to be living their best days "I can't believe it's been a year since I walked down the aisle ? I love you so much baby. I love being your wife. I couldn't imagine my life without you ? you are everything I've ever dreamed of and I'm so happy I get my life with you.

Today was so amazing celebrating with our families! I hope everyone had a beautiful Easter! (I also surprised my naunni with a rescue puppy ?? and she was so happy!) "- Nicola wrote.


In April last year, the couple got married, the ceremony lasted for three days, and they had a total bill of about three million pounds for all the expenses.

There has been some controversy surrounding the heiress's custom-made dress from Valentino, which was also alleged to have caused disagreements within her family. According to some sources, the heiress did not want to wear a dress designed by Victoria Beckham, whereas others state that the designer's atelier couldn't deliver the finished dress on time.

As a result of the extravagant wedding itself, more drama unfolded around the event. Eventually, the bride's father sued the wedding planners and demanded the 132,000 pounds that he had paid them as a deposit in order to get his money back.

Nicole Braghin and Arianna Grijalb, the two organizers of the wedding, have filed a 188-page lawsuit against them. There were just six weeks before the wedding of 500 guests in February 2022, when the agency Braghin and Grijalbe "Plan Design Events" was hired.

Preston Bailey, who had taken over the job of wedding planner for a year, left by mutual consent after a year of work because his schedule was "overcrowded."

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