The wedding of Brooklyn Beckham and Nicola Peltz on Saturday April 9 was an unforgettable event. Both for the newlyweds and for the guests, the surprises were there during this event. Recall that the two lovebirds met in October 2019. Moreover, the first photo of the couple was taken on Halloween during a party. It was in July 2020 that David Beckham’s son, Brooklyn Beckham, decided to ask the woman of his life. “Two weeks ago I asked my soul mate if she wanted to marry me and she said yes. I am the luckiest man in the world. I promise to be the best husband and later the best father. I love you baby”, had written Brooklyn for this occasion on the social networks.

Only, the pandemic forced the couple to postpone the date of their union. It was therefore on April 9 in Palm Beach, in the Jewish tradition, that the couple was finally able to unite. Many stars were present for the occasion such as the sisters Serena and Venus Williams. The full Spice Girls were also invited by Victoria Beckham.

A car worth nearly $500,000

For this special event, David Beckham wanted to offer an equally special gift to the newlyweds. Indeed, the former football player offered a fully restored and electrified 1954 Jaguar XK140. Recall that the former midfielder is an investor in Lunaz, the car restoration company. In all, this vehicle cost over 350,000 pounds (almost $500,000).

The car was painted in a special light blue color, the shade of which has been kept secret. “In creating this magnificent electrified Jaguar XK140, we are honored to bridge the gap between David Beckham’s professional life, where he is an investor in Lunaz, and his family life. This remarkable car is the perfect gift for his son Brooklyn and his wife. daughter-in-law, Nicola, on their wedding day. In every way, this extraordinary Lunaz electric classic car symbolizes a bright and positive future,” said David Lorenz, Lunaz Founder.

Brooklyn Beckham and Nicola Peltz © OLIVIER BORDE

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