Daughter-in-law conflict/ David Beckham scolds his son: We don't act like that in our family
David Beckham has finally met his son Brooklyn. After the strained relations between the daughter-in-law and the mother-in-law, David wanted to make things right, or rather make it clear to the new couple.
A source close to the family says that David had kept his patience until now, but he could no longer. The reason is the cover interview that his son and wife Nicola Peltz gave.
"To be honest, my wife is definitely my first priority and I never want to see her upset. When people say funny things, we just talk about it and move on. We have each other's support 100 percent and we continue our lives together," Brooklyn said when asked about rumors that his wife and mom Victoria aren't on speaking terms.
So no word about his mother or denying the situation.
This is precisely what David did not like.
“We don't do that in our family and you know we don't do that in our family. What will happen next is up to you, but we are done with the drama," he told the boy.
The whole argument in the family started because of the wedding dress.
Nicola Peltz also clarified her decision to walk down the aisle in a Valentino gown rather than a dress from her mother-in-law's atelier.
“We talked about starting to design the dress and then a few days went by and he didn't say anything to me. Victoria called my mom and told her that her studio couldn't make it. So, I talked to my mom and my stylist Leslie [Fremar] and I said, 'Well, unfortunately, this can't be done, so what's the next step?''
“I have been a fan of Valentino and their fashion for so long. I was really lucky to be able to go to the atelier to try on the dress. That's really what happened."
It was this interview that upset David, who had not been involved in the debate until now. According to one source, it seemed to him like washing dirty laundry in public. A situation that England and the Beckhams, as family friends, have seen before in Meghan and Harry. Only this time it happened at home.