Everything you need to know about Brooklyn Beckham and Nicola Peltz's wedding
Oh, the glam.
Brooklyn Beckham is heading to the alter this weekend, and is set to tie the knot with his "soulmate" Nicola Peltz.
In what is said to be the biggest wedding of the year, he has a lot to live up to considering his own parent's big ceremony, and with Posh and Becks behind it as well as his father in law to be Nelson Peltz's billionaire status, it's set to be a big one.
So what do we know so far?
The couple are set to get married today at Nicola's family's £76million home in Palm Beach, Florida, the very same place that was used for a re-election fundraiser for Donald Trump in February 2020.
Nicknamed the Montsorrel, it looks out across the ocean and is surrounded by 13 acres of land and its own private beach.
It also has a pool within a walled garden and has its own guest house, with a white property with colourful shutters and balconies galore.
Of course, there are a lot of famous faces on the invite list, with actress va Longoria, TV chef Gordon Ramsay and Victoria's Spice Girl pals all set to make an appearance.
And for their wedding band? It's none other than Snoop Dogg, sure who else would you pick?
“David has been my boy for over ten years,” said the rapper. “And I am tight with his family. Brooklyn’s wedding is going to be a big affair and my gift to him and his wife-to-be is I will come down and do a set for them on their big day.”
David is due to be the master of ceremonies and Brooklyn's brothers Romeo, 19 and Cruz, 17 will be his best men.
But what about Nicola's dress? Considering who her soon to be mother in law is, she's bound to be the most beautiful bride, not that it would be hard to make her look beautful.
While the dress is yet to be revealed, she wore a Victoria Beckham dress for her engagement photos and was spotted visiting Valentino in Rome to discuss the dress, with Leslie Fremar booked as her stylist.
In line with Nicola's Jewish heritage, the couple is set to have a Jewish ceremony.
“It's strange, because the more wedding meetings that we have, the more real it feels,” Brooklyn told Vogue in an interview. “I'm excited. I'm wearing a yarmulke.”
It's certainly set to be a day to remember.