Brooklyn Beckham and Nicola Anne Peltz bought their first home: they’re building their $10.5 million love nest.
Brooklyn Beckham buys house to live with his girlfriend
The eldest of David and Victoria Beckham’s four children, Brooklyn celebrated their engagement anniversary with young fiancee Nicola Anne Peltz.
Beckham, 22, who postponed their wedding to September next year due to the pandemic, and Peltz, 26, bought a flamboyant mansion in Beverly Hills for $10.5 million. This mansion, which they bought in an area where celebrities live, is the first property of Brooklyn Beckham and Nicola Peltz.
Designed by renowned architects Sonya and Jason Powell, the mansion is located in a secluded area in Coldwater Canyon. Brooklyn and Peltz’s new mansion includes spacious and bright rooms, as well as details such as a private bar, office space, a large spa, gym, and massage room.
Although Brooklyn Beckham was born and raised in London, she lives in Los Angeles with her longtime fiancee, American actress Nicola Anne Peltz. Brooklyn Beckham, who has been constantly changing lovers and living a fast life for a while, therefore worried his parents, David and Victoria Beckham. However, after meeting Peltz, she soon decided to marry Brooklyn Beckham and began to lead a more orderly life.
However, he surprised everyone, including his family, who thought he would live “from branch to branch” for a long time. She found what she was looking for and even decided to get married at a young age. Brooklyn Beckham, 22, the eldest son of David and Victoria Beckham couple, was in the spotlight with the lovers he changed one after another just two years ago. It was also reflected in the press that his parents were also worried about this situation.
But it seems that Brooklyn Beckham has also found American actress Nicola Peltz, with whom he has been romantically involved for over a year. The couple announced their engagement in July last year. It was even announced that the couple, who decided to get married next year, postponed the wedding to 2022 due to the pandemic.