MATT BROWN wears David Beckham aftershave and hair products.
Amy Pestel, 27, went to a Spice Girls show just HOURS after breaking her leg.
Now they will tie the knot in a Posh ceremony like their favourite couple — as winners of our Beckham Wedding Competition marking the A-listers’ 20th wedding anniversary.
Amy told The Sun on Sunday: “It’s a dream come true. You want your wedding to be the best day of your life but we didn’t know how we were going to afford it.
“We’ve been saving like mad for a house and hoped to have another baby.
“Now our worries have gone. We adore David and Victoria, so when I saw the competition, I had to enter.”
While David and Victoria married at Luttrellstown Castle in Dublin, Matt and Amy have a truly unique venue for their £15,000 dream day — the Wookey Hole Caves in Somerset. The prize also includes hotel rooms, registrar, wedding breakfast, wedding dress, bridesmaid and page-boy outfits, bridal flowers and makeup, cake, videographer and snapper.
The venue is doubly perfect for the pair. Amy, from Keynsham in Somerset, says: “We love Wookey Hole. It’s a magical place. We went a lot when we first met and both said it would be lovely to go there as a family. Our son Frankie loves it as much as we do. It is our special place to take him.” Frankie, three, will be a page boy.
Amy, a children’s nurse, adds: “We got engaged without a big fuss or party. That makes this even more special. We can have a huge celebration with all our friends and family.
“We feel so lucky. We have already said we will return every year on our anniversary to celebrate together.” Matt, 28, a health insurance broker, adds: “We really wanted to extend our family, but without this it would be impossible.
“We’ve been saving for as long as I can remember. We wanted to get married before having another baby.
“I don’t know who is more excited — us or Frankie. He knows Mummy and Daddy have different surnames so when we told him we were getting married and would all have the same name, he got really excited. I can’t can’t thank The Sun on Sunday enough. You have transformed our lives.”
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