Brooklyn Beckham shares previously unseen photos after proposal to Nicola Peltz

‘I will always take care of you and will always have your back,’ Beckham writes in tribute to fiancée

Brooklyn Beckham has shared previously unseen photographs on Instagram that show emotional moments shared between him and his fiancée following their engagement.

Earlier this month, the eldest of David and Victoria Beckham’s children confirmed that he and actor Nicola Peltz had become engaged.

The couple both shared the same picture on Instagram to announce their engagement, which showed 21-year-old Brooklyn wearing a dark navy suit and 25-year-old Nicola wearing a yellow gown designed by her future mother-in-law.

Just over two weeks after revealing their plans to wed, Brooklyn and Nicola have shared new pictures on Instagram in celebration of their relationship.

One of the photographs shows Brooklyn kneeling in front of Nicola, although it is not confirmed whether this was the moment he asked her to marry him.

Another picture shows the couple kissing, while Nicola is also captured embracing her father, businessman Nelson Peltz.

In the caption for Brooklyn’s Instagram post, he paid tribute to his future wife.

“Can’t imagine a life without you baby,” he wrote.

“You make me feel so special and make me laugh all the time. I will always take care of you and will always have your back.”

In the caption for Nicola’s post, she wrote a single line, stating: “Brooklyn you’re my world.”

The actor, whose work includes roles in The Last Airbender, Bates Motel and Transformers: Age of Extinction, also shared a photograph of herself and Brooklyn hugging her brother, Bradley Peltz.

She also left a comment underneath Brooklyn’s post, which read: “I’m so in love with you my hearts going to EXPLODE,” while her fiancé wrote a comment under her post, which said: “Love you so so much baby xxxx.”

Following the announcement of Brooklyn and Nicola’s engagement, jewellers estimated that the ring that now adorns the future bride’s finger could be worth up to £335,000.

Ben Jarrett of jewellery specialists and retailer Est1897 said: ”We estimate the ring to be a combined stone carat of between 4.5 and 5 carats worth of diamonds.

“A central elegant emerald cut diamond, the band itself is most likely platinum and is adorned with additional diamonds.”

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