David Beckham Responds to Brooklyn Beckham, Nicola Peltz’s Victoria Shade

A serious conversation. David Beckham is said to have confronted Brooklyn Beckham over Nicola Peltz and Victoria Beckham’s drama. The veteran footballer is said to have spoken to his son about the ongoing public drama between the couple.

According to a Daily Mail source, David reportedly “reads riot action” to his son in connection with the TV series. “I don’t think David ever lost his temper with Brooklyn or had any reason to speak harshly to him, but it eventually happened. He brought it out with him and told him, “We don’t do this in our family – and you know we don’t do this in our family.” David is said to have told his son, “What happens next is up to you, but we’re done with the movie.” The source continued, “David was really appalled by Grazia’s interview as it appeared to be washing the family’s dirty linens in public – and he said that [Brooklyn’s brothers] Romeo and Cruz were also hurt by it. It was probably a shock because he never did anything other than tell Brooklyn how much he loved him.”

In the interview with Grazia, Nicola explained what really happened about the supposed dress drama. “Well, I was going to wear a Victorian wedding dress, and I was really excited to be wearing a design my future mother-in-law created. I thought it was beautiful and such a beautiful story.” She continued, “Victoria called my mom and said her tailor couldn’t come. So I talked to my mom and Leslie, and I said, ‘Well, unfortunately, this can’t happen, so what’s the next step?’ I have been a fan of Valentino and their couture for a long time now. I’m really lucky to be able to travel to [the atelier] to try on clothes. That’s really what happened.” She revealed how she feels about “When I read things that say [things like] I never intended to wear one [Victoria Beckham] dress or things like that, it hurt my feelings. I try not to let it, but it’s not true. It’s just a little silly when you say, “Oh, everyone thinks so,” but it’s not true. “

Brooklyn added his opinion on how publicizing the film affected his family. “Honestly, my wife is clearly my top priority and I never want to see her upset,” he said. “When people say ridiculous things, we just talk about it and we move on. We support each other 100% and we just move forward together. “

Rumors of Nicola and Victoria fighting first spread when a source told Page Six on August 4, 2022, that they were not on good terms. “They can’t stand each other and don’t talk,” the insider said of Victoria and Nicola’s relationship. “The wedding construction was terrible.” According to Page Six sources, Victoria and Nicola’s drama began after Nicola decided she didn’t want her mother-in-law involved in “any part of the show.” [wedding] planning.” The insider continued, “She won’t clue Victoria in on anything. Communication is scant.” The source added that the “non-stop drama” between Victoria and Nicola has also influenced Victoria and her husband David Beckham’s relationship with Brooklyn. “They haven’t talked to him much in the past few months,” the insider said.

Another source reached out to Page Six on August 10, 2022, to reveal that the film is beyond the pairing. “Victoria and Nicola are just collateral damage. It’s not just about two women, the source said – it’s two families coming together. “Obviously there is a problem between the two families. Everyone needs to find their place. They just haven’t fully connected with each other yet. “

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