Brooklyn Beckham gushes over wife Nicola Peltz amid family feud speculation

Brooklyn Peltz Beckham has appeared to ignore the ongoing family feud as he praised his wife on his Instagram.

The 23-year-old took to social media with a video carousel that his wife Nicola had made calling her his "world."

Brooklyn shared the post to his 14.4 million followers, writing 'my absolute angel [heart emoji] and 'my whole [world emoji]'.

READ MORE: Victoria Beckham says Brooklyn's wife Nicola Peltz is 'not charming girl she once knew'

This comes as there have been rumours that Brooklyn's mother Victoria Beckham and his wife Nicola are in the midst of a feud.

Rumours began to circulate after the pair got married last year.

Sources have said that Victoria tried to "steal Nicola's thunder" on her big day and that Victoria was upset that Nicola didn't wear a dress designed by her.

A source close to the star reportedly told Heat magazine: "Vic says Nicola is not the charming girl she once knew.

"Nicola wasn't really famous before she met Brooklyn. Sure, she was rich, but she was an actress with a few small movies to her name. Since she married Brooklyn, her profile has sky-rocketed."

A source told OK! Magazine: "You can’t get along with everyone, and they’re just different people.

“Brooklyn is standing by Nicola. He doesn’t want her to be unhappy and he’s so in love with her. It’s affecting Brooklyn – and it’s had a knock-on effect on the family.”

The pair were married in a lavish ceremony last year at Nicola's family’s estate in Florida.

The mum-of-four is said to have been left “devastated” by the fallout with Nicola, as friends of the family have said they are fearing Brooklyn is becoming distant from the rest of the Beckhams as he remains loved-up with Nicola.

This comes after Brooklyn's father David Beckham was seen queuing for 12 hours to pay his respects to the late Queen.

The former football star bowed his head and shed a tear as he walked past The Queen's coffin at Westminster hall.

Before going into Westminster Hall, Beckham spoke to the BBC, saying: "We all want to be here together. We all want to experience something where we celebrate the amazing life of our Queen.

"Something like this is meant to be shared together, we've been here eating Pringles, we're eating Sherbet lemons".

The star also spoke to ITV after he had visited the coffin saying that it is a "sad day" but all of us will remember "the legacy" that The late Queen left.

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  • Nicola Peltz shares intimate Brooklyn Beckham bed snap as David sobs over Queen

  • Victoria Beckham was 'overruled' on having Brooklyn's wedding to Nicola Peltz in UK

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