Nicola Peltz stuns in a Valentino wedding dress as she finally weds Brooklyn Beckham

The American billionaire heiress-actress snubbed her mother-in-law Victoria Beckham’s designs in favor of a dress by iconic Italian fashion house Valentino for her big day

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Celebrities are getting ready for Brooklyn Beckham and Nicola Peltz’s wedding

Nicola Peltz wore an elegant fitting of a billionaire heiress as she finally tied the knot with Brooklyn Beckham at a star-studded ceremony on Saturday.

The 27-year-old American actress – daughter of 79-year-old businessman Nelson Peltz who has an estimated fortune of £1.3billion – dazzled in a flawless wedding dress designed by Valentino.

The dress featured long sleeves and a dramatic lace veil that trailed behind the Transformers actress as she walked down the aisle towards the waiting 23-year-old Brooklyn.

Nicola was seen clutching a bouquet of white flowers as she walked through the wedding location and before sharing the vows with her photographer and chef lover.

Nicola Peltz stunned in a Valentino dress at her wedding to Brooklyn Beckham


The couple were married under a flower-crowned chuppah in a traditional Jewish ceremony that honored the bride’s Jewish heritage.

While other Jewish celebration traditions included Brooklyn breaking a glass.

The young couple are also said to have enjoyed a passionate, six-second kiss after the registrar declared them husband and wife – all while an A-list crowd looked on.

The elegant gown featured long sleeves and a dramatic veil


The billionaire heiress balked at the option of a Victoria Beckham design


Wearing a design by her now mother-in-law, Victoria Beckham, Nicola opted for an outfit by Italian fashion house Valentino instead.

The renowned fashion design house sells tens of thousands of pounds worth of exclusive wedding dresses – and Nicola is sure to look a million dollars on her big day.

Her ivory white dress apparently set the tone for the bridal shower – with her 10-year-old, now sister-in-law, Harper Seven, spotted wearing a white dress of her own.

Harper Beckham was a bridesmaid at Brooklyn’s wedding to Nicola Peltz



Victoria and David Beckham looked sleek and stylish at their son Brooklyn’s wedding


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The young lady acted as a bridesmaid on the big day and was also spotted with a bouquet and a flower crown in her hair.

The wedding itself took place at a £76million seafront mansion in Miami owned by the Peltz family.

The groom’s proud parents, Victoria and David Beckham, looked sleek and stylish as they arrived at the ceremony – the ex-Spice Girl wore a sleeveless silver dress, while Dave wore a tailored suit.

A slew of A-list stars attended the celebrations – including American actress Eva Longoria, who watched the young lovebirds exchange vows.

The Desperate Housewives icon stunned in a sheer black dress as she joined other stars at the ceremony, including tennis icon Serena Williams.

Spice Girl Mel C was on hand to cheer on the newlyweds and was one of the first to arrive at the ceremony – striking in a cream outfit.

American actress Eva Longoria was among the guests at Saturday’s ceremony



Other guests at the ceremony included celebrity chef Gordon Brown and family members of the bride and groom – with David’s father Ted and Nicola’s older father Nelson also in attendance.

Meanwhile, Brooklyn’s 17-year-old younger brother, Cruz, served as best man at Saturday’s ceremony.

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