Brooklyn Beckham and Nicola Peltz continue their St. Tropez honeymoon as they head out hand-in-hand for a romantic lunch… complete with gourmet seafood and a £4k bottle of wine
They jetted out to St. Tropez to kickstart a lavish honeymoon earlier this week.
And Brooklyn Beckham and Nicola Peltz have certainly been living the high life in the French Riviera, as they headed out for a lavish lunch at beachside hotspot Club 55.
The couple, 23 and 27, enjoyed some a la carte cuisine on day two of their getaway, while Brooklyn sipped on a bottle of Chateau Margaux 2006 – which retails for over £4000.
Honeymoon: Brooklyn Beckham, 23, and Nicola Peltz, 27, continued their St. Tropez honeymoon on Thursday as they headed out hand-in-hand for a romantic lunch
Stepping out for lunch at the hotspot, heiress Nicola looked ever the beach beauty in a hot pink floral maxi dress with a plunging split neckline.
She layered the piece over a red bikini, adding a pair of platformed cork wedges to the ensemble.
Her blonde locks were left down in a tousled style, as she shielded her eyes with a pair of oversized sunglasses.
Beauty: Stepping out for lunch, heiress Nicola looked ever the beach beauty in a hot pink floral maxi dress with a plunging split neckline
With a white handbag hung over her shoulder, Nicola walked hand in hand with her husband Brooklyn, who nailed a summery look.
The budding chef donned a pair of white trousers with a linen short sleeved shirt, paired with white sandals.
Showing off his impressive collection of tattoos, Brooklyn accesorised with a gold chain and metal sunglasses.
Beachy: While budding chef Brooklyn donned a pair of white trousers with a linen short sleeved shirt, paired with white sandals
And the pair found time to fit in some shopping before lunch, as Nicola clutched a bag from boutique Isabelle Françoise.
Sharing updates to Instagram, Brooklyn snapped a range of seafood courses made by chef Jules Baronchelli – alongside his pricey bottle of wine.
Appearing in his element, the son of Victoria and David Beckham peered down at the bottle he held in one hand, with a glass in the other.
Just one day before, the pair had a sweet start to their honeymoon as their wedding song – Can’t Help Falling In Love With You – played in a restaurant.
Brooklyn and Nicola married in a lavish £3million ceremony at her family’s £103million estate in Palm Beach, Florida, in April.
Pricey: Brookyln shared a snap of his bottle of Chateau Margaux 2006 – which retails for over £4000
And still in the newlywed bubble, Nicola previously revealed to Tatler: ‘I had the best day, I just kept thinking, “I’m marrying my best friend” and that’s all that matters.’
Last week Nicola gave more insight into her marriage in a candid interview with Tatler Magazine, revealing that her new husband is ‘in heaven’ working as a chef
Brooklyn previously tried his hand at being a model and a professional photographer, however he recently revealed that he has now turned his hand to cooking – releasing his very own Messenger miniseries called Cookin’ With Brooklyn in December.
Nicola stated in the brand new interview that Brooklyn has finally found the perfect career path, despite him previously receiving a lot of criticism for landing a cooking show without actually having any professional culinary training.
Wine lover: Appearing in his element, the son of Victoria and David Beckham peered down at the bottle he held in one hand, with a glass in the other
‘Ever since the pandemic, all he’s wanted to talk about is being in the kitchen, so I just started filming him one day, I said, “This is what you love,”‘ she explained.
Brooklyn has tested out a number of different interests as a career, including working as a photographer and model before he turned to cookery.
Speaking about his diverse career choices, Nicola revealed that her husband felt ‘a lot of pressure to please people with his career, and he didn’t love it.’
She also admitted that Brooklyn has been getting plenty of career advice from her billionaire investment titan father Nelson Peltz.
She added: ‘I watch him call my dad and say, “What do you think about this?” I love watching him learn from my dad.’
Yum! He also snapped a range of seafood courses made by chef Jules Baronchelli
Brooklyn began modeling in 2014, but in 2016, at age 16, he decided he wanted to pursue photography instead.
He photographed a campaign for Burberry BRIT, but his participation in the campaign was met with severe criticism by several prominent photographers.
In 2017, he announced that was going to attend the Parsons School of Design at the New School in New York, but left the university one year later because he said he ‘missed’ his family in the UK. He published his own book about photography, called What I see, that same year.
He began an internship with Rankin in 2019, after the legendary snapper became impressed with a photo he had taken of Sir David Attenborough in Africa.
But he was said to have left his colleagues stunned over his ‘lack of basic skills’ during his internship with Rankin.
Sweet: Brooklyn shared a sweet post on Instagram the day before, showing his wife getting emotional in a restaurant when their wedding song Can’t Help Falling in Love was sung
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