Photo credit: Darren Gerrish/Getty
Photo credit: Darren Gerrish/Getty

From Cosmopolitan

While we’d be content with a bit of cash or a new kitchen gadget as a wedding gift, newly engaged Brooklyn Beckham and Nicola Peltz have a lot to look forward to when they tie the knot. According to reports, David and Victoria Beckham plan to buy a new home for the couple, who revealed their engagement over the weekend.

The aspiring photographer and Transformers actor have spent much of their relationship living in America, but his famous parents will reportedly be looking for somewhere on UK soil. A source told The Sun:

“Although they’ll spend a lot of time in America, Brooklyn wants a base in London. Victoria and David have offered to buy the house which will be seen as a wedding gift. It’s incredibly generous but they are like any other proud parents who want to help as much as they can. Brooklyn is eyeing up properties in East London but nothing is off limits.”

Revealing details of the wedding, the publication also reports the pair are planning on having two ceremonies – one in the UK and one in Florida, where Nicola’s parents are based.

On Saturday, the couple – who started dating in November – shared their happy engagement news with their millions of social media followers. “Two weeks ago I asked my soulmate to marry me and she said yes,” Brooklyn, 21, wrote. “I am the luckiest man in the world. I promise to be the best husband and the best daddy one day. I love you baby.”

Moments after they uploaded the posts, Victoria Beckham offered her congratulations to the couple. “The most exciting news! We could not be happier that @BrooklynBeckham and @Nicolaannepeltz are getting married. Wishing you so much love and a lifetime of happiness. We all love you both so much.”

If they’re getting a house for a wedding gift, we can’t wait to see what the actual ceremonies are going to be like…

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