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Brooklyn Beckham, Nicola Peltz party until dawn at Formula 1 afterparty

Newlyweds Brooklyn Beckham and Nicola Peltz are keeping the celebrations going.

The two looked loved up as they partied the night away at Carbone Beach on Sunday following the Formula 1 Miami Grand Prix.

“They walked in hand-in-hand and [Beckham] was very loving towards her,” an insider told Page Six, adding that Peltz, 27, “kept out of the spotlight and stayed much more low key.”

Meanwhile, we hear Beckham, 23, was “having a fun time” and really worked the room.

A source told us that the model was spotted chatting it up with chef Mario Carbone and NBA star LeBron James, who is pals with his dad, soccer legend David Beckham.

“LeBron was in a really great mood. He was literally the life of the party,” the source shared.

“He took a ton of pictures with people and moved around the room. He was the happiest person in the world. Like, really f–king happy.”

David Beckham and Mario Carbone at Carbone Beach
Beckham was seen talking with chef Mario Carbone.
Getty Images for Carbone Beach

Beckham and Peltz, who tied the knot in April, were seen enjoying the party until around midnight, sources told us.

Tickets for the fourth night of the star-studded event sold for $3,000 a head. Other stars in attendance included Jamie Foxx, Lindsey Vonn and boyfriend Diego Osorio, Kevin Love and Kate Bock, Busta Rhymes, DJ Khaled, Rich Paul, Meek Mill, Timbaland and MFG co-founder Jeff Zalaznick.

Rapper Nas was the evening’s surprise performer and belted out his song “Speechless” as partygoers danced along.

Page Six previously reported that Venus and Serena Williams both had to sneak into the pop-up party on the beach, hosted by American Express and Major Food Group, on Friday night. “They ended up being snuck in through the back door,” an insider told us.

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