Brooklyn’s parents Victoria and David Beckham are eligible to host their eldest son’s wedding at St Paul’s Cathedral in London – the iconic venue where Princess Diana tied the knot with Prince Charles
Brooklyn Beckham is reportedly in line to marry fiancee Nicola Peltz at the iconic London venue where Princess Diana tied the knot.
The budding photographer, 21, is planning to marry his girlfriend of seven months, Nicola Peltz, 25, and will reportedly host two ceremonies – one in the UK and one in his fiancee’s native US.
Now The Sun reports Victoria and David Beckham are eligible to host their eldest son’s wedding at St Paul’s Cathedral in London.
It’s the same spot where then-Lady Diana Spencer exchanged vows with Prince Charles back in 1981.
The showbiz supercouple are said to be allowed to host their son’s wedding at St Paul’s because they are both OBEs.
However, if they chose the destination the wedding would have to be put back until 2022 because of a lengthy waiting list.
A source told the publication: “David and Victoria are aware Brooklyn can get married at St Paul’s.
“They are overseeing their British wedding and want to make sure it has the wow factor for Nicola’s family.
“Brooklyn and Nicola are weighing up their options.”
Weddings at the famous spot are believed to have to be traditional, with at least one Bible reading while contemporary music is banned.
The space is also open to the public, so it might not suit Brooklyn and Nicola if they hope to keep their day private.
The couple got engaged in July and reports suggest they are planning not one but two lavish wedding ceremonies next year.
Nicola’s wealthy family are said to be in charge of planning a Stateside celebration for all of their friends and family.
The couple are also reportedly planning to settle down together in the US and are currently house hunting in Los Angeles.