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If the Beckhams’ social media accounts are anything to go by, Brooklyn Beckham’s new fiancée, Nicola Peltz, is now well and truly part of the family.
Peltz, 25, is regularly seen with her future sister-in-law, Harper Beckham, and now, Victoria Beckham has given her the ultimate gift: unlimited access to the latest clothes from her luxury designer brand.
In a recent Instagram Story, Peltz thanked her mother-in-law-to-be for the kind gift: “Thanks for letting me wear your clothes everyday. I love you.”
Peltz was pictured wearing a £1,390.00 long sleeved panelled midi-dress. A design that is very telling of the brand’s AW20 collection, which heavily leans towards a bohemian style and floral prints.
Peltz paired the dress with Victoria Beckham’s swan-buckle leather belt in Bordeaux, £320.
This isn’t the first time we’ve seen Peltz in the Victoria Beckham label.
In her latest Instagram post, she poses alongside her husband-to-be wearing another boho-style dress from the new range.
The £1,450.00 chain detail midi-dress in rose print is one of the new collection’s signature pieces, which Peltz has worn along with the popular swan-buckle belt once again.
Peltz’s relationship with the Beckham cohort would’ve likely been a key consideration for 21-year-old Brooklyn, who spends a lot of time with his family.
The pair are often seen pictured with the Beckhams, particularly the youngest member, Harper, who even took their engagement photo.
The photo was shot in the Cotswolds countryside, where the pair were visiting to celebrate Harper’s 7th birthday. Before then, they had spent lockdown living together in New York City.
Their engagement, after nine months of dating, created a lot of excitement on social media last month.
The ring garnered particular attention, proving that it’s not just Peltz who appreciates Victoria Beckham’s take on fashion.
The emerald-cut diamond solitaire, picked out by Brooklyn, was likely a nod to his mum’s vast collection of engagement rings, a few of which are emerald cut.