Beckhams throw extravagant christening party for sons
David and Victoria Beckham welcomed a host of celebrity stars to their Hertfordshire mansion, Beckingham Palace, as they celebrated the christening of their two boys, Brooklyn and Romeo, on December 23.
The couple were said to have had a traditional Christian baptism for the two boys with Rt Rev William Paul Colton, the Bishop of Cork, performing the service. The bishop had married the couple in Ireland back in 1999.
However, according to Sky News, it was anything but your average everyday run of the mill party.
-The event cost £500,000
-100 close friends and family attended
-Each took away a diamond as a gift
-The chapel was specially built at a cost of £100,000
-£75,000 was spent on flowers
-Catering, including a six-course meal, cost £150,000
-Becks took delivery of a £73,000 Humvee Hummer on the day
-The £1,000 christening cake was made by Savoir Designs, who did Madonna’s wedding cake
-Guests had a personal butler per couple.
The above picture is the huge marquee that was set up at their home for the christening.