Fans are torn over Brooklyn and Nicola Peltz Beckham's very intense PDA

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Photo credit: Jamie McCarthy/MG21 - Getty Images
Photo credit: Jamie McCarthy/MG21 - Getty Images

Brooklyn and Nicola Peltz Beckham are very much *the* celeb couple of the moment, thanks to their super glam Florida wedding earlier this month.

The pair have (understandably) received a whole lot of attention from fans since tying the knot, and now followers have found themselves torn over the Peltz Beckham's latest PDA pic.

Brooklyn and Nicola have been no strangers to a bit of intimate PDA over the years, posting their fair share of loved-up selfies on social media. Now, fans have been busy responding to Brooklyn's latest PDA-filled post. The pic, shared on Instagram, sees the pair posing with their faces inches away from one another as they share some kind of food between their lips (honestly, we're not even sure what). Regardless, it's all very Lady And The Tramp and, yep, *very* intense.

23-year-old Brooklyn added the caption, "My wifey ❤️," tagging Nicola after the couple merged their surnames into one: Peltz Beckham.

Following the post, fans have been pretty divided over the level of PDA on display. Some were (as expected) very much here for it, with one commenting, "#marriagegoals 🔥🔥🔥🔥." Another remarked that the pair looked "Soooo in love 🥰," and, tbh, it's hard not to agree.

Multiple fans commented that the couple look like certified "Love birds," while another wrote that the two are "Perfect together 😢❤️."

Others, however, weren't quite as convinced, with one follower commenting, "Surely there was a nicer photo to post of a newly wed couple?" Another felt that things were slightly OTT, writing, "OK, we all understood that you love each other, stop it 😐🥴."

Meanwhile, a third added that the post was "so goofy but cute".

Congratulations again, guys!


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