- Brooklyn said he looked forward to spending the rest of his life with Nicola Pretz
- The two announced their engagement news two weeks after the model popped the question
- Brooklyn promised to love Nicola every day and in every way
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Legendary football player David Beckham’s son Brooklyn is no longer a young boy. He is finally off the market.
The 21-year-old Instagram celebrity announced that he and his 25-year-old lover Nicola Peltz are officially engaged.
The pair shared the good news via social media and their news broke the internet as people from all over the world rushed in to congratulate the happy couple.
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Nicola was given a huge, expensive and sparkly diamond rock that sat pretty on her engagement finger as she posed for a photo with her fiancé Brooklyn.
Brooklyn’s mum and designer Victoria Beckham was elated and revealed on her Instagram page that the whole family wished the pair an eternity of love and happiness.
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“The most exciting news!! We could not be happier that Brooklyn and Nicola are getting married! Wishing you so much love and a lifetime of happiness. We all love you both so much.”
To pay tribute to her future mother-in-law, Brooklyn’s bride to be posed in a dress from Victoria’s collection.
The lovely lady made summer look like a dream and glowed on the photo as she made her fiance’s mother the proudest woman in the world.
Brooklyn and Nicola dated for nine months before he popped the question.
The two made their relationship public in 2019 with a PDA packed photo posted on social media.
David and Victoria blessed their union and said they loved Nicola.
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