Victoria Beckham Wears Chic Silver Gown at Brooklyn Beckham’s Wedding

On Saturday, Victoria Beckham and David Beckham made an entrance at the wedding of their son Brooklyn Beckham to heiress Nicola Peltz. As expected, Victoria’s outfit for the night was gorgeous. The mother of the groom wore a silver satin gown by Valentino with thin silver straps and a plunging neckline. The train of the dress swirled around her feet, and the bodice was embellished with lace detail.

Her hair was swept up in a high bun with tendrils falling around her face, and she carried a small silver clutch to match the bespoke gown. David walked with her hand-in-hand wearing a black suit, which he had teased on Instagram weeks earlier.

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The wedding began at six, and took place on the Peltz family estate in Palm Beach, Florida, worth an estimated $103 million. Massive tents were set up on the mansion’s lawn facing the ocean. The post-ceremony cocktail party was catered by celebrity chef Thierry Isambert, who is known for having cooked for former president Bill Cinton. The wedding itself reportedly cost $4 million and was absolutely star-studded, with guests like Eva Longoria, Serena Williams, Rachel Zoe, Mel C of the Spice Girls, and chef Gordan Ramsay.

Pictures of the event are being kept under wraps for now, but Peltz hired stylist Leslie Fremar, who has worked with Demi Moore and Charlize Theron. Before the wedding, Peltz and Fremar visited Valentino in Rome and the fashion house’s Pierpaolo Piccioli has been confirmed as its designer.

Before the ceremony, the couple did sign a prenup. The Beckam’s reportedly have a fortune valued at $499 million, but Peltz’s father Nelson Peltz is a financier with an estimated $1.7 billion.

A source told the Daily Mail, “Understandably Nicola and Brooklyn want the entire day to be perfect and their attention to detail is quite astonishing… Money is obviously no object, but nonetheless they want the day to be a celebration of love, not wealth.”

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