Brooklyn Beckham Gets Sweet New Tattoo to Honor His Siblings -- See the Pic!
Like father, like son!
Brooklyn Beckham took to Instagram on Wednesday to show off his newest tattoo, which reads, "0 2 0 5 1 1."
The numbers symbolize the years his three younger siblings -- brothers Romeo and Cruz and sister Harper -- were born, in 2002, 2005 and 2011, respectively.
The sentimental body art was inked onto Brooklyn's right arm by tattoo artist, Mr. K, who works out of the famed Bang Bang NYC shop.
And that's not the only fresh ink the 18-year-old college student has gotten done this month alone. Just last week, he showed off a chest tat of a cherub that was created by Dr. Woo, a celeb tattoo artist in Los Angeles.
Brooklyn got his first tattoo in April, but he's since added a slew of designs to his body, including "Mama's Boy" written on his chest in honor of his mother, Victoria Beckham.
Earlier this year, Brooklyn's heavily tattooed dad, David Beckham, told James Corden that he made his son wait to get his first piece of ink with him.
"There’s absolutely nothing I can say,” David admitted during his appearance on the Late Late Show. "He’s got two. He was 18 pretty recently, and he was counting the days down because he talked about having a tattoo for a long time."
The apple definitely doesn't fall far from the inked-up tree, seeing as David is not only covered nearly head-to-toe in body art, but plenty of his pieces are in honor of his wife and kids, including Brooklyn's nickname, "Buster," written on the retired soccer pro's hand; a "99" on his finger for his wife (it's the year the two welcomed Brooklyn and got married); and one of Harper's doodles on the inside of his hand. This past July, he even got "Dadda" inked on his neck.
Hear more about Brooklyn and David's father-son tattooing experience in the video below.
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