Nicola Peltz has fuelled rumours she is feuding with her husband’s mum, Victoria Beckham, once again.
The 27-year-old, who married the Spice Girl’s eldest son earlier this year, posted a picture on her Instagram story of her partner’s latest tattoo which reads ‘Peltz’.
Brooklyn Beckham made headlines when it was revealed he’d made the unusual decision to take his new wife’s surname.
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At the time, there were reports that his famous mother was not happy about the move.
She took to Instagram days after the lavish ceremony and posted a photo of her and her husband, David, all dressed up for the special day.
She captioned the post: “Proud mum and dad. Congratulations Mr & Mrs Beckham.”
This caused fans to believe she was ‘annoyed’ and ‘not happy’ about the moniker.
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One wrote: “That’s the second post she’s done it on now,” one fan pointed out. “Mummy’s not happy. Brand Peltz-Beckham is on the way and she’s p***ed.”
Another added: “I think these guys are doing this on purpose. It’s Peltz-Beckham! They clearly mentioned it (both Brooklyn and Nicola).”
In agreement, a third wrote: “I think Vicky is annoyed!”
Since then, there have been reports that Nicola has ‘thrown shade’ at her famous in-law.
During an interview with Tatler magazine, she expressed how she believed her husband had experienced ‘a lot of pressure to please people with his career and he didn’t love it’.
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She then opened up about how much he looks up to her father, billionaire businessman Nelson Peltz.
“Brooklyn is getting into very exciting things with his shows and also business things and it’s really sweet.
“I watch him call my dad and say, ‘What do you think about this?’. I love watching him learn from my dad.”
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