Victoria & David warn Brooklyn to ‘slow down!'
New UK|November 16, 2020
The Beckhams have grown concerned after their eldest son sparked baby rumours
Kat Romero

After announcing his engagement to Nicola Peltz in July, Brooklyn Beckham hinted at baby plans as the pair marked their one-year anniversary last week.

Posting intimate photos of himself with Nicola, 25, in the bath, Brooklyn, 21, wrote, “I can not wait to grow old with you and start a family with you love you so much.”

But insiders claim while Victoria, 46, and David, 45, are trying to be supportive, they’re urging their eldest to slow down.

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