Brooklyn Beckham sparks rumours he’s married Nicola Peltz with cryptic wife quip

Brooklyn Beckham has sparked speculation that he has tied the knot in secret with his fiancée Nicola Peltz.

The 22-year-old photographer shared a touching snap of himself and Nicola, 26, locked in a steamy looking New Year's embrace – and the caption caused a frenzy amongst his fans as they rushed to comment on the post.

The passionate photo showed Brooklyn donning a novelty hat with the message "Happy New Year" written across it as he smooched with Nicola.

Sharing the image with his Instagram followers he wrote: "Here we come 2022 x me and my wife are coming for you xx."

Brooklyn and Nicola are thought to be planning to get hitched in the USA later this year.

But the caption set tongues wagging with his fans who are now convinced that the couple have tied the knot already.

Flooding the comments section with well wishes and excitement his followers couldn't believe their eyes.

One wrote: "Wait, what…. Did you guys get married."

Another added: "Married already? Congratulations."

A third continued: "Didn't know you got married congrats."

Another excited fan wrote: "Awe you got married?? Congrats!!! Such a beautiful couple."

And a fifth gushed: "Omg I knew it! Congratulations on your wedding! Wishing you the best life together."

In another post this week Brooklyn lovingly referred to the couple's pet dog as his child as he cuddled up to the pooch.

He wrote: "Me and my son."

Brooklyn recently had a seventh tattoo to honour his wife getting his hand inked with script that reads "our little bubble".

The move came after they revealed they had their wisdom teeth crafted into gold necklaces so they could wear a piece of each other at all times.

Brooklyn has previously claimed the couple would have already been married by now if Covid-19 restrictions had not prevented them from carrying out their nuptials far sooner.

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