VICTORIA Beckham’s DJ pal Fat Tony dropped a huge hint he’s booked to play at Brooklyn and fiancee Nicola’s wedding reception.
The 54-year-old already proved his musical chops by playing at the eldest Beckham child’s 21st birthday earlier this year.
However, when Tony was asked whether he would be taking to the decks again, he dropped a huge hit.
Speaking to Bobby Norris and Stephen Leng on FUBAR Radio, he said: “Who knows about that. If I’m not there’s going to be bloody trouble, let’s just say that!”
He went on to speak nothing but positives about the whole family – especially the kids.
The DJ continued: “I love Victoria and I love David and love all the kids.
“They get a raw deal man, sometimes, and all they do is good things. They are an incredible family… and those kids are the most charming kids you’ll ever want to meet, so polite.
“And there’s no like, I’m Romeo Beckham, there’s none of that stuff whatsoever. It’s incredible, it really is.”
Brooklyn Beckham’s 21st birthday – held at their Cotswolds estate in March – cost £100,000 and saw the likes of Stormzy and the Spice Girls in attendance.
Brooklyn and US actress Nicola got engaged in July and have already begun making plans for their big day.
It is thought the couple are considering two ceremonies, one in the UK and one Stateside.
This means they can include all their family members and friends in their celebrations.
Brooklyn announced his engagement to Nicola on Instagram after proposing with a £350,000 ring.
Sharing a snap of Nicola revealing her huge rock, Brooklyn told fans: “Two weeks ago I asked my soulmate to marry me and she said yes xx.
“I am the luckiest man in the world.”
Meanwhile, Nicola has agreed to let mum-in-law Victoria design her dress after being showered in gifts from her collection.
A source told The Sun Online: “Victoria is keen to design Nicola’s wedding dress and has been showering her with gifts from her latest collection.
“Victoria would like to keep it in the family when it comes to the gown and is thrilled Nicola has agreed.
“Nicola had initially wanted a haute couture gown by Elie Saab, as she has worn him before, but has now decided to let Victoria design her dress.”