Last Saturday, Brooklyn, the eldest son of Victoria and David Beckham, married American actress Nicola Peltz. On the occasion of the wedding, the former football player presented his son with a special gift.
Brooklyn, the eldest son of Victoria and David Beckham, married last Saturday, American actress Nicola Peltz, daughter of billionaire Nelson Peltz and former model Claudia Hefner.
The Peltz family’s $103 million mansion in Palm Beach, Florida has erected three huge tents that accommodate 300 invited guests. They included sisters Serena and Venus Williams, Will Smith, Gigi Hadid, Gisele Boydchen, Tom Brady, Gordon Ramsay, Kim Jones, Eva Longoria, Mia Reagan, Anita Ko, Marc Anthony, Rashida Jones and Michael Bay.
Brooklyn Beckham received a special wedding gift from his father
David Packham gave his eldest son a unique wedding gift – it was electrified by Lonaz Jaguar XK140 from 1954.
This 1954 Jaguar XK140 has been restored, upgraded and fully electric in Silverstone, England. David Beckham made the classic car to order and is the result of thousands of hours of work by a team of 120 craftsmen, designers and technicians for electric vehicles from Lunaz.
The completely renovated and recycled interior is decorated in a light cream colour, a contemporary expression of the car’s classic aesthetics. Modern technology is discreetly hidden. The switches and switches faithfully mirror the original Jaguar design, but with subtle updates that provide information on battery level, among other things.
Lunaz experts have also improved the driver that will also benefit from improved brakes, suspension and steering; Make the British car icon a car that can be driven and enjoyed every day.
David Beckham is one of the investors in Lunaz. Since the former footballer announced he is investing in Lunaz, the company has grown rapidly with an additional 200% workforce and will soon set up the UK’s largest re-conditioning and electrical facility adjacent to its current headquarters in Silverstone.
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