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Brooklyn Beckham and his fiancé Nicola Peltz arrived dressed to impress at the Met Gala on Monday 13 September evening before suffering an "awkward" moment during a livestream.
The 22 year old, whose brother Romeo recently celebrated his 19th birthday, was photographed on the steps of the Metropolitan Museum of Art looking dapper in a black suit with a matching tie.
David's son Brooklyn sported a messy 'do and accessorised with several gold rings as he put on a loved-up display with his other half, Nicola.
Ever the doting boyfriend, Brooklyn carried his fiancé's pink train up several stairs before taking his place next to her and wrapping a protective arm around her waist.
Nicola looked gorgeous for the occasion as she donned a pink and see-through patterned gown by Valentino that featured thin straps.
She teamed the outfit with pale pink long gloves alongside a pair of matching pink platform high heels with a bow on top.
The Transformers star accessorised with some dangling diamond earrings and wore a full face of make up, including a dramatic black fox eyeliner and heavy blush.
With her blonde mane cascading down her back, the 26 year old smiled as her future husband placed a kiss on her cheek while they posed for pictures.
Their sweet display of affection came right after Brooklyn shared an awkward moment with actress Keke Palmer on Vogue's Met Gala livestream.
"Where are you from?" Keke, 26, asked the star – unaware that he is the son of former professional footballer David Beckham, 46, and former Spice Girls singer Victoria Beckham, 47.
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Brooklyn, who was recently seen checking out a luxury Suffolk wedding venue with his fiancé Nicola, appeared to take it in his stride as he explained that he was from England, but he lives in Los Angeles.
Fans immediately took to Twitter to share their thoughts on the exchange as one person wrote: "met gala needs to choose some better hosts next time bc Brooklyn Beckham getting asked “where are you from?” is very awkward x".
"keke palmer asking brooklyn beckham where he’s from why is this so awkward," another said with two crying with laughter emojis.
While a third added: "brooklyn beckham omg that was sooo awkward #MetGala".
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