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Brooklyn and I are saving for our dream home, says billionare’s daughter Nicola

- By Jennifer Ruby Showbusine­ss News Editor

HER parents are billionair­es and his are among the most famous people on the planet.

But despite all their privileges, and blowing the best part of £3million on their wedding, Nicola Peltz and Brooklyn Beckham claim they are having to save up for their ‘dream house’ like any other young couple.

The American actress, 28, last year wed David and Victoria Beckham’s eldest, 24, in a Palm Beach ceremony paid for by her father Nelson Peltz, a financier worth £1.3billion.

But Ms Peltz has told Cosmopolit­an magazine that they are currently ‘saving up’ to buy a home in Los Angeles.

‘We would want to definitely have a house here just because so much of our work is here,’ she said. We’re saving up money to get our dream house.’

Ms Peltz’s acting credits include last year’s Welcome To Chippendal­es and she has just directed an independen­t film. Her husband has flitted from role to role and now aims to be a chef, though his web tutorials draw more ridicule than praise.

The couple now live in a lavish LA apartment after selling a £9million Beverly Hills mansion last year. Ms Peltz said they have not spent a single night apart and he once flew from LA to New York straight after a job so they could be together that night.

The couple’s marriage last year descended into chaos when her family hired and fired three wedding planners. It was also the catalyst for a rumoured feud between Ms Peltz and her mother-in-law Victoria Beckham after the Spice Girl-turned-fashion-designer said her studio couldn’t make the gown.

But they are now reconciled and the couple were both at Mrs Beckham’s Paris Fashion Week show this month.

The full Peltz-Beckham interview is in the next issue of Cosmopolit­an UK, out on March 28.

 ?? ?? Cover girl: Nicola’s fashion shoot for Cosmopolit­an
Cover girl: Nicola’s fashion shoot for Cosmopolit­an
 ?? ?? Well-off: The Peltz-Beckhams
Well-off: The Peltz-Beckhams

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