Victoria Beckham appeared to have buried the hatchet with daughter-in-law Nicola Peltz as they cosied up on a red carpet.
The pair reportedly fell out in the run-up to Nicola’s marriage to Brooklyn in 2022 in a row over Posh not designing the wedding dress.
But they put on a display of unity in Los Angeles at the US premiere of the American actress’s film Lola — her first as a director.
The pair posed for pictures together, with Nicola affectionately draping an arm over her mother-in-law’s shoulder.
The Spice Girl turned fashion designer, 49, also agreed to custom design Nicola’s look for her big occasion — a white corset and matching flared trousers.
Posh wore a statement black suit and matching heels.
And she shared a number of images from the night online, saying: “@NicolaAnnePeltzBeckham we could not be more proud of you!
“Congratulations on your incredible film, Lola. officially in theatres February 9th! Kisses xx.”
Nicola replied: “I love you beyond. Thank you for supporting me tonight and also I’m so obsessed with my custom VB look.”
Victoria, Nicola, 29, and Brooklyn, 24, later hit the dancefloor together at the after-party — even singing along to Spice Girls hit Wannabe.
It was a far cry from the bitter feud reportedly triggered after Posh allegedly pulled out of designing the bride’s frock, leaving her raging.
The daughter of US billionaire businessman Nelson Peltz ended up walking down the aisle at her family’s mansion in Miami in a gown by Italian fashion legend Valentino.
But in recent months, there have been signs relations between the pair have improved, with Victoria sharing snaps celebrating Christmas with eldest son Brooklyn and wife.
And Brooklyn recently revealed that his mum and wife had bonded over their love of tinned vodka snapples — a mix of vodka and fruit flavoured iced tea.
Also mentioning his ex-football ace dad David, 48, the budding chef said: “’We love Sunday roasts. Me and my dad share a bottle of wine. My mum and Nicola share vodka Snapple.”
Brooklyn added: “We sometimes play games. My wife introduced my family to this game called Fish Bowl, which we love to play at gatherings.”
This article originally appeared in The Sun and was reproduced with permission
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