She had plans of being all together with her brood over the holidays, but Victoria Beckham’s dreams of family time over Christmas have been shattered.
Her and David’s eldest, Brooklyn (21), will be staying in the United States with fiancée Nicola Peltz (25), forgoing their plans of dividing the holidays up between his family and hers.
And it’s all Covid-19’s fault.
“Brooklyn and Nicola would have to quarantine for two weeks when they arrive in the UK and again when they get back to the States, which is a huge hassle,” an insider says.
“Originally, the plan was for Brooklyn and Nicola to do Christmas in America with the Peltz family, and then fly out to do the Beckham family holiday.”
The source adds that while Posh “understands”
the circumstances, she’s also “devastated” by the fact her dream Christmas is
ruined. The couple, who announced their engagement in July, are now expected to
spend the entire holiday season with Nicola’s family in Florida.
Meanwhile, news has also emerged that Brooklyn and Nicola have agreed to draw up a prenuptial agreement before their wedding, which is due to take place sometime in the new year.
Should their marriage end in divorce, they will leave what they each brought into the union. Brooklyn is trying to carve a career for himself as a photographer and influencer in New York, while Nicola is an actress.
Their families are both filthy rich: Posh and Becks are worth an estimated £335 million (R6,72 billion), while Nicola’s family has a cool £1,1bn (R22bn) fortune, thanks to business and investment mogul dad Nelson.
“Basically, in the unlikely event of a split,
both parties will leave the marriage with what they put into it,” a source says.
“This includes assets and properties. Money will not change hands.”
The young couple met at the Coachella music festival in California in 2017. They are now planning two wedding ceremonies, one at David and Victoria’s sprawling property in the Cotswolds in England and the other at the Peltz mansion in Florida.