David and Victoria Beckham have arrived in style ahead of their son Brooklyn’s wedding to heress Nicola Peltz.
DailyMail.com photos show the proud parents to arrive at the $103million Peltz family compound in Palm Beach, Florida, in a polished black McLaren, followed by a black Cadillac Escalade.
The cars swept through the gates of the main ocean-front mansion, called Mountsorrel, before the celebrity couple stepped out and were greeted.
The former soccer star appeared to be taking a photo of the ultra-luxurious $200,000 automobile on his phone.
Both were wearing sunglasses, with David in a white t-shirt and black pants and Spice Girl Victoria in a white top.
The pair had spent the past few days enjoying their $5million yacht ‘Seven,’ named after soccer legend David’s number during his career and daughter Harper’s middle name.
DailyMail.com photos show David and Victoria Beckham arriving at the Peltz family compound in Palm Beach, Florida Friday
Both were wearing sunglasses, with David in a white t-shirt and black pants and Spice Girl Victoria in a white top
The pair had spent the past few days enjoying their $5million yacht, named Seven after soccer legend David’s number during his career and daughter Harper’s middle name
David Beckham’s luxury Cadillac Escalade is spotted arriving at the Palm Beach wedding venue the day before his eldest son Brooklyn’s lavish nuptials
The $498 million fortune of 23-year-old Brooklyn’s (right) parents, David and Victoria, is dwarfed by the estimated $1.7 billion fortune of Miss Peltz’s financier father Nelson
The Peltz estate overlooks the Atlantic Ocean and is so big it can accommodate 500-plus guests.
The property that will host Saturday’s wedding has been owned for decades by investor and billionaire money manager Nelson Peltz and his wife, former model Claudia Heffner and is comprised of three separate lots for a total of 11.1 acres of beach-front land.
The real estate is partly occupied by buildings boasting a total of 25,000 square feet and as many as 16 bathrooms.
In size, the property is second to Trump’s 17-acre Mar-a-Lago, but the astronomic price of Peltz’s place makes it much more valuable.
According to Palm Beach County property tax records, the wedding venue has been valued at over $100,000,000 – even if local realtors claims the property could sell for twice to three times as much if it were put up for sale.
Records show Nelson Peltz’s contribution to the wealth of the area through yearly property taxes for the compound is a total of $2,180,540.
Peltz is said to be worth $1.7 billion, according to Forbes.
The Peltzes, however, aren’t the only rich and famous residents of Billionaires’ Row.
The wedding will see the likes of Gordon Ramsay, Marc Anthony and Eva Longoria attend and is set to take place at the Peltz family’s 44,000 sq ft house
Preparations for Brooklyn and Nicola Peltz’s lavish wedding ceremony on Saturday are well underway at the Peltz family mansion
According to Palm Beach County property tax records, the wedding venue has been valued at over $100,000,000 – even if local realtors claims the property could sell for twice to three times as much if it were put up for sale
The wedding will take place at the Peltz family home at their 44,000 sq ft home in Palm Beach. Seen here is security and marques for the festivities
Nicola, 27, is the daughter of billionaire businessman Nelson Peltz, 79, and model Claudia Heffner
Peltz is seen being driven in a golf cart to his other Palm Beach estate. Records show Nelson Peltz’s contribution to the wealth of the area through yearly property taxes for the compound is a total of $2,180,540
Just north of the wedding venue, under an ownership trust named Mapp Florida, is radio shock jock Howard Stern’s 18,600-square-foot house, also beachfront.
Stern, who’s on a five-year contract with SiriusXM believed to be worth $100million a year, bought the property in May 2013 for $52million.
He then spent an estimated $13 million renovating the place, according to published reports in 2017.
That included building a 1,000-square-foot closet for wife Beth Stern, something that caused builders to shift impossible to move features like the grand staircase to make it happen.
Stern is currently paying $1 million a year in property taxes on an estimated market value of $65.9 million – and his house is so close to the Peltzes he’ll hear the laughter and music.
Just to the south, also on the beach, is the winter home of TV doctor Mehmet Oz.
The host of The Doctor Oz Show bought his piece of paradise in September 2015 for $18million.
In seven years, the property already appreciated by more than $10million, according to Palm Beach County records.
Brooklyn and Nicola began dating just before the start of the Covid pandemic in 2020, having met two years earlier
A local attorney who works on the legal aspects of sales of similar properties says the high value of the land on Billionaires’ Row comes partly from unequaled amenities.
‘The wedding is taking place in one of the most sought after residential areas in the country,’ said Les Evans, one of Palm Beach’s top real estate attorneys. ‘The houses have direct ocean access, which you don’t necessary have elsewhere in Palm Beach, and they’re close to the restaurants and world-class shopping on Worth Avenue.
‘It’s a unique place on a unique island.
The widow of former Fox News boss Roger Ailes is enjoying a home on Billionaire’s Row bought in the wake of a scandal that rocked Conservative media.
Property records show Ailes, who died in May 2017 at the age of 77, bought the beachfront property in 2016 for $36million.
He and wife Elizabeth relocated to Palm Beach shortly after he was ousted from Fox after the then-star anchor Gretchen Carlson accused him of sexual harassment and proved the wrongdoing with audio tapes she secretly recorded.
With a population varying between 8,000 and 10,000, meanwhile, the lure of Palm Beach goes well beyond the manicured hedges of Billionaires’ Row.
Other celebrities have descended on the town over the past few years and have bought tens of millions in real estate, including Rocky actor Sylvester Stallone, rocker Bon Jovi and Las Vegas casino magnate Steve Wynn.