Selena Gomez, Brooklyn Beckham and Nicole Peltz spill the beans on their friendship
The trio spoke about their friendship in a new interview on Wondermind.
Selena Gomez, Nicola Peltz-Beckham, and Brooklyn Peltz-Beckham look to have a solid friendship that shows no signs of slowing down.
The trio discussed the “throuple’ in a new interview for Wondermind, where Gomez serves as the Chief Impact Officer.
Gomez highlighted how it’s important for her to surround herself with “people who are like-minded” and “love you for you”, which is what makes the trio so special.
“Our throuple! I love you so much. Selena, we love you so much, you have no idea,” responded Nicola.
Gomez continued: “Also, I think we speak the same love language where it’s like, we never really go out in LA, we are with our six dogs now, we’re always working or with the dogs.
“And when we’re hanging out, it’s always like sleeping over with Gracie and Brooklyn’s cooking, we’re watching a movie — and that’s the best.
“The best moments are when you don’t have to do anything. You can just be with the people you love, and it makes me so happy, but I’m also such a homebody.”
The trio have been close since last fall, when Peltz hosted a viewing party for Gomez’s documentary, ‘My Mind & Me’.
They then celebrated Thanksgiving together, and all rang in the new year with each other.
The pressure of living in the limelight
Later in the interview, Gomez asked the couple about the difficulties that come with living in the public eye.
“I think we definitely both get anxiety. I definitely get anxiety and I think that’s something I really struggle with. I just can’t help reading the comments sometimes on my Instagram or whatever it is,” said Nicola.
“If they comment on my appearance and stuff, that doesn’t bother me. But what really bothers me is when they say something that’s so untruthful and it’s just a blatant lie, and I want to respond and just say, ‘That’s just not true.’ And I wish they knew the truth.”
Brooklyn added: “I have the worst anxiety. I mean, literally my wife is my therapist. We’re always together, so whenever there’s something on my mind, if it’s stressing me out, we’re very good at communicating.
“People are always gonna say rubbish and, you know, as long as you’re happy and your family’s good, then you just have to keep doing your thing.”