BROOKLYN Beckham has popped the question to his third long-term girlfriend – billionaire heiress Nicola Peltz.
The 21-year-old described the American actress as "my girl forever" and said he couldn't wait to spend the rest of his life with her.
The couple started dating in November 2019, but actually met three years ago at the Coachella US music festival.
Despite his seemingly fairytale romance with the 25-year-old, Brooklyn has had his share of ups and downs in his love life.
Posh and Becks' eldest son dated actor Chloe Moretz on and off for two years.
They split for good in 2018 and he went on to have a turbulent nine-month relationship with model Hana Cross.
During one of their rows they had to be pulled apart during a physical fight in Cannes, France.
They cut ties at the end of August and just three months later, Brooklyn found love with his now fiancée.
Confirming the happy news last night, Brooklyn gushed on Instagram: “Two weeks ago I asked my soulmate to marry me and she said yes. I am the luckiest man in the world.”
The aspiring photographer proposed to his future bride the weekend before his mum and dad's 21st wedding anniversary with a £250,000 ring he had designed.
Brooklyn is said to have always wanted to marry young and plans to follow in the footsteps of his parents' marriage.
Last night a family friend told The Sun on Sunday: “Everyone is delighted for them. Brooklyn has always looked up to his parents and grandparents, who have been married for a combined 70 years, and that’s what he wants.
“David and Victoria are thrilled. They feel he has finally met a girl who is not after him for fame or money. In fact, her family wealth dwarfs the Beckhams’."
Nicola's parents – Nelson and Claudia Peltz – areworth £1.34billion.
The couple have been married 35 years and boast a number of mansions including a £74m New York home, plus a £95m 27-bedroom mega mansion in Palm Beach, Florida.
They are planning TWO no-expense-spared weddings — one in the UK and the other in Florida
Nicola’s billionaire dad is expected to pay for the lavish £4million dos.
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