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The latest revelations of the wedding of Brooklyn Beckham and Nicola Peltz: chaos, lies and millionaire expenses

2023-02-21T13:01:52.014Z


The organizers of the event reveal in a series of court documents that the father of the bride paid more than 90,000 euros for his daughter's makeup and hairdressing and that there were errors in the guest list that they tried to hide from the Beckhams.


It's been almost a year since the wedding of Brooklyn Beckham and Nicola Peltz, held in April 2022, but the high-profile link that brought together dozens of celebrities still continues to talk about.

At the beginning of February it was learned that the father of the bride, billionaire businessman Nelson Peltz, had sued two of the organizers of the celebration and now, as a result of that process, it has come to light that the couple's path to the altar was full of lies, extra expenses and chaos, as revealed by the American media

Page Six

.

"Claudia [Peltz, mother of the bride] mentioned [to one of the wedding planners] that Nelson couldn't know the cost of the hair and makeup, or 'he would kill her and be angry,'" one of the documents states. lawsuits presented by the organizers.

One of the reports shows that Claudia Peltz wanted to hide from her husband that her daughter's hair and makeup expenses exceeded $100,000 —more than 93,000 euros—, to which are added the travel expenses of those makeup artists and hairdressers, she says the post.

But in addition, Nicole Braghin and Arianna Grijalba, the organizers sued by the Peltz, assure in their defense that both Nicola, the girlfriend, and her mother "simply did not cooperate."

"They tried to get Claudia and Nicola to review the guest lists," the lawyers say in the documents, something that never happened.

"Despite the fact that she was not cooperative, Nicola repeatedly demanded to know the updates about the confirmations of assistance to the wedding," the event planners point out.

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In the documents presented by those responsible for managing the celebration, it is stated that the Beckhams' guest list was "fully organized, with all contact information completely reviewed and almost ready to use."

However, they add, the list of Peltz's parents and boyfriends were outdated and addresses were missing, while "Nicola continued to send text messages in a group chat adding and removing certain guests."

A disorganization that the bride did not put an end to, although she did want to hide it from her in-laws.

"Both Claudia and Nicola insisted that Victoria Beckham could not know of any internal errors regarding the ongoing planning of her son's wedding, including errors with the guest list," the papers filed in connection with the lawsuit state. .

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The ins and outs that are now known are part of a legal process opened by Nelson Peltz against Nicole Braghin and Arianna Grijalba, two of the four organizers of the celebration, who were fired just nine days after being hired for not complying with what was planned.

For this reason, according to the

Daily Mail

, the Peltz family claims the return of 159,000 dollars -146,000 euros at the current exchange rate- that was given to them as a deposit.

An amount that they refuse to return.

As an argument, Peltz argued that it was essential that the wedding go perfectly since "the guest list included more than 500 people, including numerous celebrities, athletes, dignitaries and other influential people, who traveled from all over the world to attend”.

So it was.

Among the attendees it was possible to see tennis players Venus and Serena Williams, chef Gordon Ramsay and actress Eva Longoria.

In the lawsuit, Peltz argued that Braghin and Grijalba were unable to close any deals with the suppliers or attend scheduled meetings,

Assuring that even the girlfriend sent them messages telling them that she was "fed up" with hunting them in mistakes.

Finally it was Michelle Rago who took charge of the preparations, for a higher fee than the one agreed with the defendants.

But the legal battle between the Peltz family and the organizers of the act is only the last chapter of a link that was first marred by an alleged never-confirmed feud between Victoria Beckham and her now daughter-in-law, Nicola, after she did not choose the former Spice Girl as her wedding dress designer.

Instead of her, the actress and model opted for a Valentino haute couture design created for her by Pierpaolo Piccioli.

Nor were Nicole Braghin and Arianna Grijalba the first to not meet the expectations of the Peltz.

Claudia and Nelson got rid of Preston Bailey, the first wedding planner they turned to and who is known for having organized, among other things, Ivanka Trump's wedding with Jared Kushner in 2009. In this case, the reason for the disagreement was not revealed .

Source: elparis

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