Brooklyn Beckham gets tattoo for Nicola Peltz amid family drama

Brooklyn Beckham sticks to his wife.

The 23-year-old star took to his Instagram Stories on Thursday to show off the last of his many tattoos dedicated to Nicola Peltz, whom he married in April.

Beckham said he was “surprised” [his] baby” with the ink – the word “married” in large script along the outside of his left wrist – which was done by his favorite tattoo artist, Dr. Woo.

It seems Peltz, 27, was happy with the addition, as Beckham also shared a photo of a mountain of donuts and a sweet note from his wife to express how “proud” and “happy” she is.

Among the other “Cookin’ With Brooklyn” star tattoos for the “Transformers” actress? Her eyes on the back of his neck, an “N” on his left ring finger, Peltz’ mother’s rosary inked on his wrist, “our little bubble” written across the top of his hand, a love letter from the actress on his back, her late grandmother’s name on his wrist, “Nicola” on his neck and, most recently, his wedding vows on his upper arm.

Brooklyn Beckham and Nicola Peltz
Beckham has numerous tattoos for his wife, including ‘my baby Nicola’ on his neck.

Peltz returned the favor in 2021 and put his name on her back when they were engaged.

The newlyweds may feel the love, but there is anything but between their families; Vidak For Congress reported earlier this month that Nicola is arguing with new mother-in-law Victoria Beckham, in a ‘cold war’ that started before the wedding.

“They can’t stand each other and don’t talk,” a source close to the family told us. “The run-up to the wedding was terrible.”

A second source told us that “Victoria and Nicola are just collateral damage”, adding: “It’s not just about two women – it’s two families coming together.”

Nicola Peltz and Brooklyn Beckham
Peltz has been arguing with Victoria Beckham since before the big wedding; a source told us the two “don’t talk”.
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Things got even worse when Peltz opted for a Valentino Haute Couture wedding dress instead of a VB design for her big day, though the bride was candid about the decision in a recent interview.

“I planned and really wanted to, and a few months later she realized her studio couldn’t do it, so I had to pick another dress,” Peltz told Variety. “She didn’t say ‘you can’t wear it’; I didn’t say I didn’t want to wear it.”

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