She was among the stellar guests at Brooklyn Beckham’s lavish wedding to Nicola Peltz on Saturday night.
And, after partying until 4 a.m. at actress Nicola’s $103 million family estate in Palm Beach, Florida, Serena Williams joked with her millions of Instagram followers that she needed sleep intervention.
The 23-time Grand Slam winner still looked sensational in her electric pink dress as she posed for a mirror selfie, before speaking directly to her fans.
‘I just need some sleep intervention!’: Exhausted Serena Williams called it a night at 4am after celebrating the lavish nuptials of Brooklyn Beckham and Nicola Peltz in Florida on Saturday
Up close on camera, the tennis ace, 40, said: “It’s so time for me to go to bed now.” I’m like “go to bed Serena, go to bed!” I just need a sleep intervention. Good evening!’
Serena appeared to be having a ball alongside Desperate Housewives star Eva Longoria as she attended the lavish wedding of Brooklyn and his wife Nicola.
Eva made a bunch of mischievous faces as she enjoyed drinks on the balcony during the star-studded nuptials at the lavish Palm Beach home of Nicola’s billionaire parents on Saturday night.
Tired: The 23-time Grand Slam winner, 40, still looked sensational in her electric pink dress as she posed for a mirror selfie, before speaking directly to her fans
The 47-year-old mingled with other well-heeled guests as she laughed and jokingly pointed to the balcony.
The actress looked sensational in a black cut-out bust and halter dress – showing off her taut figure.
The mother of the groom’s longtime pal Victoria Beckham added stacked silver bracelets with diamond earrings for the party.
Good mood: Serena seemed to be having fun alongside Desperate Housewives star Eva Longoria as she attended the lavish wedding of Brooklyn and his wife Nicola
Joker: Eva, 47, made a bunch of mischievous faces as she enjoyed drinks on the balcony during the star-studded nuptials at the lavish Palm Beach home of Nicola’s billionaire parents
The couple appeared to be in good spirits, smiling above the balcony while appearing to be in conversation.
Nicola, 27, and aspiring chef Brooklyn, 23, tied the knot in an early evening ceremony in one of three massive tent structures built on the resort’s expansive ocean-facing lawn. $103 million from Father Nelson in Palm Beach, Florida.
The 300 revelers then moved to the banquet tent – where TSWT.com can reveal Brooklyn and Nicola’s first dance to a live singer singing Only Fools Rush In, made famous by Elvis Presley.
Congratulations! Nicola, 27, and aspiring chef Brooklyn, 23, tied the knot in an early evening ceremony
Gorgeous: New bride Nicola stunned in an incredible Valentino wedding dress as she posed for her wedding photos after marrying Brooklyn
A timeline of Brooklyn Beckham and Nicola Peltz’s romance:
- April 2017: The duo meet at the Coachella music festival after being introduced by a friend. At the time Brooklyn was in a relationship with his ex-girlfriend Hana Cross
- November 2019: Nicola and Brooklyn first went public with their budding relationship in November 2019 when photos emerged of them hugging after attending a Halloween party together
- January 2020: Nicola went Instagram official with their romance, posting a bedroom selfie in a bra, with a shirtless Brooklyn in the foreground, captioned with a simple black heart
- February 2020: The following month, they sat front row in matching outfits at the Saint Laurent show at Paris Fashion Week
- March 2020: The couple move in with each other in the Beckham family home as the pandemic hits
- July 2020: They then got engaged in July 2020, just eight months later, with Brooklyn offering a $325,000 emerald and diamond ring.
- April 2022: They wed in a $4 million Jewish ceremony in the early evening at Nicola Peltz’s $103 million family estate in Palm Beach, Florida.
The couple took to the dance floor at 8:10 p.m. and finished to cheers from guests. And the second song was the Ben E. King classic Stand By Me, we can reveal that as well.
Brooklyn and Nicola’s wedding began at 6 p.m. sharp when Brooklyn was joined by his bride for the nuptials in one of the massive tent structures set up at the lavish estate.
Victoria and David Beckham’s eldest son could be seen waiting alone on a stage adorned with flowers and plants for 15 minutes before actress Nicola arrived for the $4million show.
Meanwhile, it appeared that there were six groomsmen who joined him on his right and six bridesmaids who stood on his left.
The aspiring chef has chosen brothers Romeo, 19, and Cruz, 17, as witnesses for his high-profile wedding to the daughter of billionaire financier Nelson Peltz, 79.
The bride’s maternal grandmother, Bunny, was a bridesmaid.
As predicted exclusively by TSWT.com, the couple tied the knot under a flower-adorned chuppah in a traditional Jewish ceremony honoring Nicola’s Jewish heritage.
Brooklyn also has Jewish heritage thanks to its football legend father David, 46, whose maternal grandfather was Jewish.
The ceremony ended at 6:30 p.m., although Jewish weddings on a Saturday – the Sabbath – strictly speaking should not take place before sunset. Sunset is around 8 p.m. in Palm Beach.
Brooklyn and Nicola are said to have received the seven blessings of Jewish marriage recited under the chuppah and over the wine. The pair were seen taking sips.
Papa David had said he wanted to recite one of the blessings, which are traditionally given in Hebrew and sometimes then read in English.
Emergence: Victoria Beckham held her husband David’s hand as they arrived at their son’s wedding reception
The wedding took place in the first of giant white tent structures filling the huge ocean-facing lawn, which was on the left looking at the Peltz Mansion from the ocean.
After the ceremony, the guests moved to the central tent, which was dedicated to host a cocktail party.
They then moved to the third marquee, on the right, for the wedding banquet with dishes from celebrity Miami chef Thierry Isambert, who cooked for President Bill Clinton.
Love: Brooklyn and Nicola started dating just before the Covid pandemic hit in 2020, having met two years earlier