Nicola Peltz Gushes About How Mum Claudia Heffner Peltz Saved Her Wedding

Plus, was she supposed to wear a Victoria Beckham dress?

Nicola Peltz and husband Brooklyn Beckham got married in a style with a Palm Beach wedding back in April.

In an interview with Wonderland, Nicola shared details about her big day and explained that the wedding took place while she wasย  in the middle of her shooting her new TV miniseries Welcome to Chippendales.

โ€œI was shooting and I stopped five days before my wedding, and then I shot the week after my wedding,โ€ she recalled.

The model and actress gushed how mum Claudia saved the day as she took over the wedding planning so Nicola could continue with her work duties.

โ€œIt was kind of amazing, because my mom was such a big help in my wedding that I was able to be so involved in the show; I was sucked into this character and then five days before I was like, I’m getting married!โ€ she said.

Nicolaโ€™s latest insights into the wedding day focus mainly on her own family, as rumours swirl of a rift between herself and mother-in-law Victoria Beckham.

Many anticipated that Nicola would wear a piece designed by Victoria for her April wedding, however, were surprised when she appeared on the cover of Vogue in a Valentino gown. Nicola later commented that her dress choice was not meant to hurt Victoria.

โ€œI really wanted to, and then a few months down the line, [Victoria] realised that her atelier couldn’t do it, so then I had to pick another dress,โ€ Nicola told Variety last month.

A source told Daily Mail indicated that Nicola was intending to wear her mother-in-lawโ€™s design, but was left in limbo at the last moment saying,ย โ€œValentino was concerned that they didn’t have enough time to do the dress because Victoria didn’t tell the Peltzโ€™s that her atelier couldn’t make the dress for Nicola until the last minute.โ€

Thatโ€™s a lot of dress drama! Luckily the newlyweds don’t seem to have let it get in their way as they are looking very loved up with matching brunette hair in the September issue of Vogue Hong Kong.

Words by Rebekah O’Reilly.