Brooklyn Beckham and his fiancée Nicola Peltz have already signed a prenup, according to a new report.
The couple announced their engagement in July, less than a year after they started dating.
Although their wedding isn’t set to take place until 2022, The Sun has reported that Brooklyn, 21, and Nicola, 25, have already signed a prenuptial agreement to protect their family fortunes.
The Beckham family are worth an estimated £335 million, and Nicola is the daughter of billionaire investor Nelson Peltz.
A source told the newspaper: “Prenups may not seem particularly romantic but in the US they’re incredibly common and Nicola’s family all have agreements in place with their partners.”
“Brooklyn and Nicola’s decision to go legal was entirely mutual. He’s had experiences of girls desperate to get in on the Beckham name so they’re delighted Nicola loves Brooklyn for him.”
“And, of course, she doesn’t need his money and has her own successful career.”
“It’s not complicated. Basically, in the unlikely event of a split, both parties will leave the marriage with what they put into it. This includes assets and properties. Money will not change hands,” the insider added.
The news comes after the couple reportedly decided to postpone their dream wedding due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Brooklyn and Nicola were planning to wed on both sides of the Atlantic next summer – by hosting two ceremonies in Nicola’s hometown of Florida, and the Beckhams’ estate in the Cotswolds.
However, insiders have claimed Brooklyn and Nicola have now pushed back their plans to wed until 2022.
Back in October, a source told the Mirror: “They originally told close friends to save a date in September 2021. This week, Brooklyn told his mates they’ve decided to postpone as it’s too risky.”
“And they don’t want the pressure of having to plan and postpone again, and don’t want limits on guest numbers.”
The insider also said the couple may tie the knot in private next year, and then host official celebrations in 2022.
Brooklyn Beckham’s representative declined to comment when contacted by Goss.ie.