Brooklyn Beckham and fiancee Nicola Peltz look loved up in New York wearing masks

BROOKLYN Beckham and his fiancé Nicola Peltz stuck close together as they went on a stroll in New York.

The responsible couple were sure to wear face masks to prevent the transmission of coronavirus as they held hands.

Brooklyn, 21, and actress Nicola, 25, looked loved up as they strolled through the chic SoHo neighbourhood.

A very stylish Nicola rocked a waist length, £4,000 black Balenciaga leather jacket which she matched with black jeans and chunky boots.

She wore her blonde hair straight down around her shoulders and showed off her an updated look to her locks.

The actress showed off a new look, after she hopped on the new trend of bleach blonde strips on the front part of her hair.

Brooklyn also cut a stylish figure, wearing his baseball cap backwards, a black t-shirt and trousers, with chunky white sneakers.

Their trip to New York meant that the engaged couple missed mum, Victoria Beckham's latest fashion show.

Victoria, 46, put on a Covid-safe London Fashion Week show launch at the Victoria Miro gallery in East London.

The only audience in attendance was husband David and their sons Romeo, 18, Cruz, 15, and daughter Harper, nine — wore Covid coverings

However, Brooklyn took to social media to congratulate his mum, he wrote: "Love you guys xx so proud of you mum."

Nicola also posted: "Beautiful family. We miss you all so much!!"

The blonde beauty is a veteran actress whose breakthrough role came when she played Katara in the 2010 film The Last Airbender.

Then from 2013 to 2015 she played Bradley Martin in Bates Motel.

The Beckham family's eldest child had been dating the heiress and Transformers star, 25, for eight months.

Brooklyn has been busy collaborating with Together Band to raise awareness about climate change.

But he's not the only one in the Beckham family keen on using their platform for good.

David has joined The Sun's Poppy Appeal as Covid-19 stops a vulnerable 12,000 of 40,000 sellers taking part this year.

He and boxer, Anthony Joshua want people to boost the coffers online.

Wellwishers are encouraged to bulk buy poppies through the Legion’s website and distribute them safely to friends and family if they don’t have access to a traditional seller.

They can make a donation to buy a poppy poster online which can be downloaded, printed and displayed at home.

Other ideas include shoppers opting to round up their total to the nearest pound at supermarkets.

The Legion added: “Our community of staff, volunteers, partners and suppliers have been working together to ensure the 2020 Poppy Appeal goes ahead.
“Every year the Poppy Appeal is supported by 40,000 volunteers who work tirelessly across a number of roles.

“While the majority will be continuing their work, some will not because of the on­going impact of Covid-19. We fully respect and support them.”

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