At the tender age of 20, Brooklyn Beckham is reportedly thinking about settling down with his current girlfriend Nicola Peltz. The aspiring photographer and Nicola have been together for five months.
His parents Victoria and David have a divided opinion about this.
Football legend David, 44, thinks his oldest son is ‘moving too fast’, while Victoria , 45, couldn’t be happier about the idea, according to Heat. However this has been denied by Brooklyn’s reps.
An insider told the magazine: “After his last relationship [with model Hana Cross], Victoria is just so happy that Brooklyn is with someone who she considers the perfect match for him.”
The source added: “Nicola is beautiful, rich, well brought up, ambitious, hardworking and so respectful – and gets on great with her. It’s the first girl that Brooklyn has been with that Victoria is thinking ‘nail that down’, she just doesn’t think he could find anyone more perfect.
“She comes from a seriously wealthy New York family, has a lot of connections and is exactly the type of girl Vic imagined her beloved son marrying. She also knows it would be the wedding of the year and she has so many ideas already.”
Brooklyn reportedly wants to get hitched at a young age – like his parents – who got engaged after six months in their early 20s. David isn’t so supportive about this idea. He feels Brooklyn is still very young and should wait until he’s a bit older before thinking about getting engaged.
Nicola is the daughter of American billionaire Nelson Peltz and starred in movies including Transformers: Age of Extinction, The Last Airbender, and TV shows including Bates Motel and Marvel’s Inhumans.
While Brooklyn and Nicola were spotted in public in November, rumours swirled they were dating after they were spied together three times in the space of a week last October. By December, Brooklyn was already being introduced to Nicola’s family.
As they dined at New York restaurant Cipriani, Nicola was spotted licking food off Brooklyn’s fingers as well as kissing and cuddling in the restaurant while they dined alongside Nicola’s parent’s and brother.
Brooklyn’s representatives declined to comment.