Nicola Peltz breaks her silence on her alleged ‘fight’ with Victoria Beckham

Samuel Edwards

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After months of speculation that Victoria Beckham and Nicola Peltz have broken up, the ‘Bates Motel’ star has finally broken her silence in a joint interview with husband Brooklyn Beckham.

The rumors began after the marriage union that was celebrated with a big three-day party last April, when Nicola did not want to wear a dress designed by her mother-in-law and opted for a Valentino number, and after her followers They noticed that they had unfollowed each other on social media.

In recent weeks, various sources have claimed that the dispute had occurred for a number of reasons, ranging from cultural differences to apparent tension between the in-laws.

Now, Nicola has addressed the alleged fight in a conversation with Variety magazine and has assured that she hoped to wear the dress designed by Victoria on her big day, but could not for other reasons.

“She was going to do it and she really wanted to, but she realized her atelier couldn’t do it, so I had to pick another dress. She didn’t tell me she couldn’t wear it; I didn’t say I didn’t want to wear it. That’s where it all started and Then the rumors about it followed.”

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Meanwhile, Brooklyn also assured that things between the two families are fine: “I’ve learned that they will always try to say things like that. They will always try to put people down. But we all get along, which is very good.” .

Recently, Nicola increased speculation regarding the relationship with the former member of the Spice Girls, by sharing a post on her Instagram account in which she said she felt “hurt”.

The star shared a photo of herself crying in bed as her followers wondered if the post was a reference to her alleged fight with Victoria.

The caption of the photo read: “Sometimes I have a hard time showing my pain. Sometimes it’s hard to handle my sadness. Growing up with seven brothers and two very strong parents made me very tough, they instilled in me that I shouldn’t let people hurt me It made me put up a wall to protect myself, especially in this industry. We all have days where people make you feel bad and it’s okay to feel hurt by it. I thought I’d write something because I never show this side of me here and I wanted to show it to you. I love you all so much and really appreciate all of your support.”

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