Nicola Peltz Beckham has dismissed rumours of a "feud" between her and her mother-in-law Victoria Beckham.
In an interview with The Sunday Times, Peltz Beckham said: "It's not a feud! I keep seeing everywhere that word, 'feud, feud, feud'.
"I don't know why they say feud. I mean, maybe they picked up on something? And now they're labelling it 'feud'?"
She added: "No family is perfect!"
The daughter of Nelson Peltz, the billionaire businessman and investor, Peltz Beckham said she doesn't pay attention to the noise around the supposed dispute.
If the rumour mill were to be believed, her decision not to wear a Victoria Beckham designed wedding dress was the source of the bad feeling.
She instead opted to don a Valentino Couture gown.
Addressing this in the newspaper interview, Peltz Beckham said: "I think it all started, and I've said this before, because I didn't end up wearing Victoria's wedding dress.
"But the real truth is, I really, really wanted to wear it and I thought it was so beautiful that Brooklyn's mom got to make that for me! And I was really excited to wear it! And I didn't end up wearing it."
She said after some chats about the dress on a "text chain", Victoria Beckham called her mother and said she couldn't make the dress because her "atelier couldn't make the dress in time".
Brooklyn Peltz Beckham has previously called rumours of a feud "ridiculous".
Paying tribute to some of the other members of her husband's family, Peltz Beckham called his father David "a legend", and his sister Harper "the sweetest", adding that she always wanted a little sister - she has one older sister and six brothers.
She also said the pair hope to have a family in a couple of years: "We definitely want a big family. He has three siblings, I have seven."
The actress is best known for her roles in films The Last Airbender and Transformers: Age of Extinction, as well as a recurring part in the Bates Motel TV series.
She has also written, directed and starred in her own film, Lola James, which is yet to be released.
She will next star in the television series Welcome to Chippendales, playing Dorothy Stratten, a Playboy Playmate who was murdered at the age of 20.
The Disney+ series about the founder of Chippendales, the international male stripper franchise, will air in January next year.