Friday, April 15, 2022

What outfit did Eva Longoria wear to attend Brooklyn Beckham's wedding - yuetu.info

what-outfit-did-eva-longoria-wear-to-attend-brooklyn-beckhams-wedding

The Desperate Housewives star donned a stunning maxi dress for the star-studded event. See great photos here!


Eva Longoria looked amazing at the wedding of Brooklyn Beckham and Nicola Peltz! The Desperate Housewives star, 47, was spotted celebrating at a star-studded event on Saturday (April 10) at the Nikola family estate in Palm Beach, Florida. She attended the wedding in a black maxi dress with spaghetti straps and a plunging neckline.


The star left off her trademark style by combing her raven hair back into a long ponytail, letting her natural beauty shine through with just a few swipes of makeup. She seems to have had a great time with some other world-famous stars like Venus and Serena Williams. The beauty could not help but sparkle with her charming smile throughout the event!


With Brooklyn, the son of football star David Beckham and former Spice Girl member Victoria Beckham, the wedding guest list was filled with someone at the very top of the elite world. And with Nikola, the daughter of billionaire  Nelson Peltz, their visitors were certainly a rarity too. In addition to Eva and the tennis phenomena, among such celebrities were  Gordon Ramsey and two other members of the Spice Girls: Mel B  and  Mel C.


Meanwhile, the marriage, which was slightly delayed due to the Covid-19 coronavirus, comes almost two years after the 23-year-old photographer asked the 27-year-old heiress and actress to be his wife. The proposal itself came after the couple had only been dating for seven months! Brooklyn shared the happy news on his Instagram in July 2020, posting a romantic snap of him lovingly hugging Nicola, whose emerald-cut diamond ring was visible on her ring finger. 


The extravagant wedding took place at the Peltz family’s incredible Palm Beach mansion, which spans over 44,000 square feet next to a pristine beach. It is reported that the ceremony took place in the Jewish faith. 

No comments:

Post a Comment