Brooklyn Beckham calls fiancée Nicola Peltz 'my muse' as he takes sultry snaps of her after wedding speculation

BROOKLYN Beckham called his stunning fiancée Nicola Peltz his "muse" as he shared sultry snaps of her on Instagram.

The 25-year-old actress is providing photographer Brooklyn with no shortage of inspiration.


He snapped a series of artistic black and white shots of his American partner including one of her in a chiffon dress and a couple of her lounging outside in bikinis.

Nicola commented "my everything ❤️" underneath Brooklyn's post.

It comes hot on the heels of Brooklyn revealing he's landed yet another high profile photography gig

He has photographed Miley Cyrus's boyfriend Cody Simpson for GQ mexico.


His first high-profile photography gig was back in 2016 when he shot a campaign for Burberry BRIT, starring models Ben Rees, Carvell Conduah, Eliza Thomas, Liv Mason Pearson, and Maddie Demaine.

In 2017, Brooklyn announced that he would be pursuing a photography degree at Parsons School of Design at the New School in New York.

This is the same year he released his own photography book, What I See.

After a year in the US, the eldest of the Beckham brood decided to return to the UK for a prestigious photography internship.

It was confirmed in 2019 that Brooklyn was interning for British photographer Rankin.

Meanwhile last night Nicola teased that the couple had secretly married with a picture of Brooklyn's 'wedding ring'.

The actress took to her Instagram Story to share a photo of herself and Brooklyn clutching onto a label last night.

In the photo, which is just a close-up of their hands, Brooklyn is wearing a striking gold band on his left ring finger.

The simple design is traditional of a man's wedding ring, with a small diamond also appearing to be an extra detail in the jewellery.

Brooklyn and Nicola announced their engagement last month after less than a year of dating, with the oldest Beckham child designing a £350k engagement ring for his partner before he popped the question.

 

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