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Brooklyn Beckham is Engaged to Jewish Actress Nicola Peltz

Brooklyn Beckham, the eldest son of soccer star David Beckham and Spice Girl-turned-designer Victoria Beckham, is engaged to Jewish American actress and model Nicola Peltz.

Beckham, 21,  announced the engagement in an Instagram post on July 11. “Two weeks ago, I asked my soulmate to marry me and she said yes xx 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 xx.” Peltz responded with her own post, writing, “You’ve made me the luckiest girl in the world. I can’t wait to spend the rest of my life by your side. your love is the most precious gift. I love you so so much baby.”

Peltz, 25, is best known for her roles in “Bates Motel,” “The Last Airbender” and “Transformers: Age of Extinction,” opposite Mark Wahlberg. She won the Rising Star award at CinemaCon in 2014. She is the daughter of former model Claudia Heffner and billionaire businessman Nelson Peltz, CEO and managing partner of Trian Fund Management. Raised with seven siblings in Westchester, N.Y., Peltz grew up in her father’s Jewish faith. She and her actor brother Will have matching tattoos reading “Family First” in Hebrew, as she revealed in an Instagram photo in 2016.

The groom-to-be’s mother gave the engagement her enthusiastic approval. “The MOST exciting news!!” she posted. “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.”

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