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Brooklyn Beckham to take fiance Nicola Peltz's surname as his middle name after marriage

After the 23-year-old chef marries actress Nicola Peltz, his full name will be 'Brooklyn Joseph Peltz Beckham'
Brooklyn Beckham is reportedly including Nicola Peltz's name in his name after marriage (Instagram/ @nicolaannepeltz)
Brooklyn Beckham is reportedly including Nicola Peltz's name in his name after marriage (Instagram/ @nicolaannepeltz)

It seems Brooklyn Beckham is setting high standards for future husbands as the 23-year-old is reportedly taking his actress fiancee’s last name as his middle name after their wedding. The two are set to be married on Saturday, April 9. Currently, Brooklyn’s full name is Brooklyn Joseph Beckham, however, after marriage it will reportedly become 'Brooklyn Joseph Peltz Beckham'.

As per sources, the former footballer has taken this decision after getting tattoos of Nicola’s name and eyes. A friend said, “Brooklyn is head over heels for Nicola - it’s a huge sign of his commitment to her, and his love for her.” Brooklyn and ‘The Last Airbender’ star are exchanging vows at Nicola’s father’s $98m (£76m) Florida estate. Wedding guests will include Gordon and Tana Ramsay, Snoop Dogg and Victoria’s ‘Spice Girl’ bandmates Mel B, Mel C and Emma Bunton.


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Dogg has earlier said, “David has been my boy for over 10 years now and I am tight with his family. Brooklyn's wedding is going to be a big affair and my gift to him and his wife-to-be is I will come down and do a set for them on their big day. Nothing is going to get the party started after the first dance like a set from Snoop… the dance floor is gonna be on fire.”


It has been said that Victoria’s best pal, Eva Longoria, and Nicola’s model friend Gigi Hadid will also witness their nuptials along with actress Nicole Richie, and Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Geraldine Estelle Horner was also sent an invite to the wedding but she apparently won’t be able to attend it. An insider said, “Geri has been accompanying Christian where possible on all of his work trips. This one is particularly far away but it is the Easter holidays so it was possible to make the journey. They are hoping to get some down time there too. With Christian busy with work she didn’t want to fly out to the States on her own.”

This comes as earlier reports stated that the soon-to-be husband and wife have signed a prenuptial agreement in an attempt to protect not just Victoria and David Beckham's approximately $498 million fortune, but also Nicola's father's $1.7 billion investment. Elle reported, “Though the Beckhams have a fortune of £380 million ($499 million), Peltz's father Nelson Peltz is a financier with an estimated £1.3 billion ($1.7 billion). The prenup is intended to protect the heiress, a normal part of most wedding ceremonies where so many assets are involved.”


It has been said that the duo began dating in 2019 and got engaged a year later. At the time, Brooklyn shared a photo of them on Instagram and wrote: “Two weeks ago I asked my soulmate to marry me and she said yes xx I am the luckiest man in the world. I promise to be the best husband and the best daddy one day ❤️ I love you baby xx.” Nicola replied back saying, “I can't wait to spend the rest of my life by your side. Your love is the most precious gift.”


Regarding the ‘Holidate’ star’s wedding dress, a source has reportedly said: “Nicola flew to Rome with her stylist for wedding dress fittings, and has plumped for two fairytale Valentino numbers. Victoria Beckham designed Nicola’s engagement dress and is fully supportive of the move. A VB number is likely to pop up in the evening do.” The source also added: “Understandably Nicola and Brooklyn want the entire day to be perfect and their attention to detail is quite astonishing... Money is obviously no object, but nonetheless they want the day to be a celebration of love, not wealth.”