The designer has told the advice she gave her son before his wedding to Nicola Peltz during a podcast
During an interview for the podcast Armchair Expert the program’s drivers took advantage of the time to ask Victoria Beckham about her eldest son’s marriage, Brooklyn. They also wanted to gossip about the advice she gave him and her daughter-in-law Nicola Peltz before the wedding.
The businesswoman answered all the questions, leaving aside the supposed family controversy that has been making news since her son’s wedding. She has commented that both, her husband David Beckham, and she, have always wanted to be very close to their children because they think that the most important thing is communication. Victoria thinks that as parents they have to do everything they can to support them and make their children “happy, hardworking, good and kind” although she knows that when they grow up they will make their own decisions. She herself has expressed that she is very happy with it and to see her children become independent and form their own lives.
These words of the designer have come at a hard time as this has been the first Christmas that she has not spend with her son Brooklyn. It turns out that both, he and his wife, decided to spend this year’s holidays in Florida with the family of the actress.
It seems and is rumored that the Beckhams’ eldest son is increasingly estranged from them. It all started when at their wedding Nicola decided not to wear a wedding dress designed by her mother-in-law. After this the rumors about a supposed enmity between them have continued to emerge since the family of the actress is making Brooklyn make decisions about businesses that her mother doesn’t like.
It is true that both have denied these rumors on numerous occasions and have stated that they all have a good relationship but even so there are still doubts about it, especially after Brooklyn and Nicola dressed up themselves as Romeo and Juliet on Halloween. We’ll have to wait and see if the Beckhams finally make a statement about it.