Victoria Beckham presented this Friday the new collection of his firm in the Paris Fashion Week. A very important event for the designer, who has had the support and company of her entire family, including her son Brooklyn and her daughter-in-law Nicholas Peltzwith whom they had distanced themselves in recent months.
The tense relationship between the model and his parents has been in the specialized media for weeks and this Friday all the lights were on the family, since the presence or absence of Brooklyn and his wife in his mother’s parade could confirm or deny the bad relationship among them. Finally, it has been the second: we have reconciliation.
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In the early afternoon, David Beckham He has left the hotel accompanied by his youngest daughter, Harper Sevenfollowed by Cruz (accompanied in turn by his girlfriend Tana) and finally Romeo. No trace of Brooklyn and his wife, a detail that has made one think of the worst.
However, the newlyweds have joined the rest of the family backstage on the catwalk, as Victoria Beckham herself has published on her social networks. The former Spice Girl has wanted to show that the blood has not reached the river and that her relationship with her son and her daughter-in-law has finally improved.
The family problems began last spring, shortly before Brooklyn said “I do” to model Nicola Peltz. As they say, the eldest son of the Beckhams has made personal and professional decisions under the influence of the young heiress and her new family, to the point of changing her last name and adopting Peltz. A behavior that made her parents very angry, who tried to smooth things over in the summer by inviting their son and Nicola to spend a few weeks on family vacations, but they rejected it.
Some days ago, David and Victoria would have stood up to the young rebel: “We don’t do that with our family and you know it. The drama is over,” the former athlete told his son shortly after he aired family tensions on the cover of a fashion magazine.