Most 20-somethings can only dream of buying their first home – but if you’re Brooklyn Beckham and Nicola Peltz, money is no obstacle.
At the tender age of 26, David Beckham’s eldest son and his gorgeous fiancée have taken their relationship to the next level by purchasing a $10,5 million (about R150 million) mansion in one of Los Angeles’ most exclusive suburbs.
Described by the estate agency as a “museum-like home” with a “feng shui balance”, the pad features five bedrooms, a private yoga room, gym, sauna, steam room and a juice bar.
It also has an outdoor infinity pool, a massage room,
barbecue area and spacious outdoor baths.
The hefty purchase came exactly a year after Brooklyn, an up-and-coming photographer, popped the question.
Since hooking up with the model and actress at the Coachella music festival in 2018 they’ve shared countless loved-up snaps on social media with gushing captions declaring their undying love for each other.
Brooklyn even went so far as to have a love letter
written by Nicola tattooed on his neck and the couple came under fire when they
had necklaces made, using each other’s wisdom teeth as the centrepiece.
Even Brooklyn’s mom, Victoria Beckham, is said to be
worried about the couple’s over-the-top displays of affection.
“If they keep going like this, Vic is worried that Brooklyn and Nicola could be in burnout mode by the time they get married,” a source told Heat magazine last year.
“Of course she thinks all their PDAs are cute, but they are very intense, and she's worried that they are sharing far too much of their relationship and going overboard with the grand romantic gestures.”
But not even his mother’s concerns can halt Brooklyn. Buying a multi-million-dollar house together is just another step in the pair’s plan to spend the rest of their lives together.
No word yet on who paid for the pad. But as Brooklyn is hardly an established photographer and Nicola, whose dad is billionaire businessman Nelson Peltz, is yet to make her mark on the modelling and acting world, it seems likely they must have had help from their stinking rich parents.
News of the purchase sparked lots of jealous comments
“The joys of having mega rich parents,” sniped one user. “[It’s] not like they've done it with their own money.”