• Brooklyn Beckham's wife Nicola Peltz allegedly didn't want his mom Victoria Beckham to be part of the wedding planning, a report claims
  • Victoria and David Beckham reportedly "haven't spoken" to their eldest son Brooklyn much in the last few months
  • The couple was in attendance when Brooklyn and Peltz tied the knot on April 9

Victoria Beckham allegedly doesn't see eye to eye with her daughter-in-law Nicola Peltz, a report has claimed.

The Beckhams welcomed a new family member in April when Victoria and husband David Beckham's eldest son, Brooklyn Beckham, married Peltz. However, Page Six learned from an unnamed source close to the family that Brooklyn's mom and wife are allegedly in a cold war. International Business Times could not independently verify this information.

"They can't stand each other and don't talk," the source claimed of Victoria and her daughter-in-law. "The build-up to the wedding was horrendous."

Peltz, the actress daughter of New York billionaire Nelson Peltz, allegedly didn't want the former Spice Girls singer "to be any part of the planning, and she wouldn't clue Victoria in on anything," according to the insider.

"Communication was minimal," the tipster added.

The "Transformers" actress allegedly giving her mother-in-law the cold shoulder didn't help the 48-year-old fashion designer warm up to her. The "non-stop petty drama" has allegedly caused a rift between the Beckhams and their son, and Victoria and David "haven't spoken" to Brooklyn much in the last few months, according to Page Six's source.

The insider also claimed that it didn't sit well with the Beckhams when Brooklyn posted his wife's cover for British magazine Tatler in which Peltz was dubbed "The New Mrs. Beckham."

According to the outlet, its sources speculated that Peltz may be jealous of her mother-in-law's popularity and wasn't thrilled with the attention Victoria got during her wedding.

Reps for Peltz and Victoria did not respond to Page Six's requests for comment.

Brooklyn and Peltz tied the knot on April 9 in a lavish ceremony held on Peltz's family estate in Palm Beach, Florida.

Victoria and David attended the ceremony, along with their three other children: Romeo, 19, Cruz, 17, and Harper, 10.

Peltz's businessman dad Nelson and model mother Claudia Heffner were also in attendance, along with the actress' seven siblings, including professional hockey player Brad Peltz and actor Will Peltz.

Peltz was previously accused by social media users of throwing shade at Brooklyn's parents in her interview with Tatler for its August issue. While speaking about her husband's career as a chef, she mentioned that he felt "a lot of pressure to please people with his career and he didn't love it."

Brooklyn initially hoped to become a professional soccer player like his father David and then dabbled in fashion photography and modeling before landing his Facebook Watch series "Cookin' With Brooklyn" last year.

Peltz also shared that Brooklyn turns to her father for career and business advice. "I love watching him learn from my dad," she told the magazine.

After the release of the interview, one social media user described it as "the beginning of a lot of trouble for the Beckhams."

Despite the speculation about Peltz's relationship with her in-laws, Victoria was spotted with her son and daughter-in-law on a dinner outing in Beverly Hills in June. Brooklyn also marked Father's Day with a special tribute for David, calling him the "best dad."

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Brooklyn Beckham, Victoria Beckham and David Beckham attend the GQ Men Of The Year Awards 2019 at Tate Modern on September 03, 2019 in London, England. Karwai Tang/WireImage via GettyImages/IBTimes No Google News