Victoria Beckham Forgives Nicola Peltz for Raiding Her Closet

Victoria Beckham Forgives Nicola Peltz for Raiding Her Closet

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There’s no question that Victoria Beckham’s closet is stocked to the max with designer frocks and all things fabulous. With that knowledge in mind, it’s pretty understandable that the 47-year-old fashion designer’s future daughter-in-law, Nicola Peltz, jumped on an opportunity to raid her wardrobe.

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“Looks like the future Mrs. Beckham has been in my wardrobe again! But you’re forgiven because I love this VB bustier on you,” Beckham captioned her Wednesday, April 28, Instagram post.

In the photo, a very blurry Peltz is posing a lacy lingerie-like top from Beckham’s namesake fashion line. The bustier retails for a whopping $999, so you could say the 26-year-old model’s clothing haul was quite successful.

Fans were obviously envious of the duo’s loving relationship (and Peltz’s new top!), with the comments section exploding in under 24 hours.

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“Every saint has a past & every sinner has a future. John 8: 7,” the reality star, 28, captioned a Friday, January 22, Instagram photo, which showed her posing at the beach in a white cardigan.

Us Weekly confirmed that Larson was arrested in Tallahassee, Florida, in July 2012 for stealing more than $250 worth of merchandise from a Publix grocery store. According to the arrest report, she placed several items in a shopping cart that she took to the checkout section of the store but then put the products, including food and cosmetics, in a reusable shopping bag.

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The TV personality exited the store with the stolen objects but was brought back inside and detained until police arrived. She

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