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Eva Longoria, Serena Williams, and Gordon Ramsay are among visitors at the Palm Beach function

Brooklyn, 23, and Nicola, 27, got hitched in an afternoon function at her dad Nelson’s £79m beachfront home in Palm Beach, Florida on Saturday.

Brooklyn, 23, and Nicola, 27, got hitched in a luxurious function on the grounds of her dad Nelson’s $103m (£79.1m) Palm Beach manor.

The wedding, accepted to have cost up to $3.6m (£3m), began at around 6 pm in a goliath tent on Mr. Peltz’s beachfront grass.


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