The wedding of Brooklyn, 21, and actress Nicola, 25, is expected to be a celebrity affair as family friends Beckham and Peltz attend to watch the beloved couple say ‘yes’.
However, two people are at the top of the list of participants wanted by Brooklyn parents, David and Victoria Beckham.
An insider told The Sun: ‘Prince Harry and Meghan top the list as David and Victoria are good friends with them and know their presence would make the day even more special. “
One person believed to have played a key role in the Sussexes’ involvement is Brooklyn’s own godfather, Sir Elton John.
The source adds: “Brooklyn’s godfather Sir Elton John is also a good friend of Harry and Meghan’s and Victoria and David are hopeful his presence will encourage them to take a bench as well. ”
It is believed that younger Brooklyn brothers Romeo and Cruz will play the role of groomsmen, while his little sister Harper Seven will serve as Nicola’s bridesmaid.
Brooklyn recently took to Instagram to show off pictures of the moment he proposed to blonde beauty Nicola.
To say that they are loved is certainly an understatement!
David, 45, and Victoria Beckham, 46, memorable attended the royal wedding of Meghan, 38, and Harry, 35, just two years ago.
The Sussexes welcomed their son Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor last year, who is sixth to the UK throne.
Archie’s parents remain the center of media attention following the publication of a book about exiting their roles in the Royal Family and leaving for America.
The controversial Finding Freedom bombshell biography, to which Harry and Meghan deny contributing, suggests there was a big rift between Harry and his brother Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, and an icy relationship between Meghan and William’s wife , Katherine Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge.
The book also suggested that the Sussexes felt snubbed by the Queen when not included in the photographs included in the footage of her Christmas Day speech.
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