NICOLA Peltz and Victoria Beckham have seemingly ended their rumoured feud as the actress attended her fashion show in Paris.
Rumours of a fall-out between fashion designer Victoria and actress Nicola have been rife since her wedding to Brooklyn last year.
But the pair have made it clear things between them are fine as Nicola supported Victoria at the fashion shows for her clothing brand, with the rest of the Beckham family.
The whole family looked in high spirits as they celebrated the fashion designer on her incredible creations.
Shortly after her successful show, Victoria posted a snap of her family sitting with British Vogue editor Edward Enninful and US Vogue editor Anna Wintour.
Brooklyn and wife Nicola were also in the photo with their arms wrapped around each other at the end of the bench.
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Victoria captioned the snap: “It’s Paris baby!! I’m so grateful for my family, @BritishVogue and @VogueMagazine for always supporting me on this journey xx VB”
The support of her entire family comes after reports had initially suggested that she and Nicola were at war over Nicola’s wedding dress.
The actress walked down the aisle in a couture Valentino gown, much to the reported disappointment of her mother-in-law who had originally planned to create her wedding dress.
However, Nicola has since said the dress decision came down to logistics and nothing else.
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Both Nicola and Victoria have refuted reports of bad blood between the two, with the latter speaking to Cosmopolitan, in an attempt to set the record straight.
Nicola said: "I've said this so many times: There's no feud.
"I don't know. No one ever wants to write the nice things.
"It's really weird, actually, whether it's my life or someone else's life or whatever, when you know the truth and then you read something totally wrong."
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