Brooklyn Beckham finally meets fiancée Nicola Peltz's best friend days before the wedding

BROOKLYN Beckham has finally met his fiancée Nicola Peltz's best friend days just days before their wedding.

The love birds – who began dating in October 2019 – are due to tie the knot at the Peltz family mansion in Palm Beach, Florida, this Sunday.

The star-studded guest list includes the likes of Gigi Hadid, Nicole Richie, and Gordon and Tana Ramsay.

Of course, Brooklyn and Nicola's pals will also be in attendance.

Luckily the photographer was able to meet his wife-to-be's best pal before their big day.

Taking to her Instagram Story, Nicola stared an adorable snap of Brooklyn and her friend Angela cosied up together in a kitchen.

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Nicola told her 2.1million followers: "My angels have finally met," with lots of crying face emojis.

It comes days after it was revealed that the couple have "signed a prenup" ahead of their £3million wedding.

The Mail Online reported that prenup has reportedly been drawn up to protect the Beckham's £380million fortune.

David and Victoria's wealth is dwarfed by Nicola's father and businessman Nelson Peltz's £1.2billion empire

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Brooklyn will marry actress Nicola on April 9 at her family's oceanfront mansion in Palm Beach.

After nine months of dating Brooklyn aske the beauty to be his wife in July 2020.

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