Brooklyn Beckham has “Buster” tattooed on his higher physique
His father David had himself tattooed on his neck in 2015 in honor of his son’s nickname “Buster”.
And Brooklyn Beckham, 18, followed in his father’s footsteps three years later when he revealed the same cute nickname in ink just above his belly button.
The budding photographer, dubbed the “Buster” since the day he was born, revealed the minimalist tattoo in a back-white Instagram snap on Friday.
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Tribute: Brooklyn Beckham, 18, got a tattoo that reads “Buster” just above his belly button – as a tribute to his childhood father’s nickname for him
The tattoo is a nod to David’s ‘Buster’ tattoo on his neck written in curly italics over a small black love heart.
The dad of four shared the ink on Instagram, writing, “I’ve called Brooklyn (Buster) since the day he was born … love you Bust @brooklynbeckham.”
Brooklyn has used body art in the past to honor David, and in October he got the number seven tattooed on his pinky finger in reference to his father’s illustrious sports career.
The single digit – David’s squad number while playing for Manchester United and England – also serves as the middle name for Brooklyn’s six-year-old sister Harper.
New body art: The budding photographer, dubbed “Buster” since the day he was born, revealed the minimalist tattoo in back and white on Friday in an Instagram snap (pictured with David this month).
‘Love you Bust’: The tattoo is a nod to David’s ‘Buster’ tattoo on his neck, written in curly italics over a small black love heart he made in 2015
The artist shared a recording after Brooklyn’s visit to New York tattoo artist Evan Kim and wrote, “His lucky number SE7EN!”
David made the number seven jersey his own during a trophy-filled period with the Red Devils, with which he won six Premier League, FA Cup and UEFA Champions League titles and a 13-year career in the national team with 115 international appearances won. sixteen goals and appearances in five major tournaments.
The teenager previously revealed the single word “Seven” inked in a prominent spot above his left wrist shortly after he enrolled with Parsons in August.
Dedication: Brooklyn has used body art in the past to honor David, and in October he had the number seven tattooed on his pinky finger as a nod to his father’s illustrious sports career
Iconic: The single-digit – David’s squad number while playing for Manchester United and England – also serves as the middle name for Brooklyn’s six-year-old sister Harper
Brooklyn, an aspiring photographer currently studying the subject at Parson’s School of Design in Greenwich Village, also requested the word “CLICK” on his inner index finger.
His first came in April – an forearm ink that directly mimics that of his father David – is an illustration of a Native American in traditional headdress.
Just weeks after getting a tattoo at Shamrock Social Club, he revealed a second intricate ink from what appeared to be a Fujitsu camera on his left bicep, paying homage to the aspiring photographer’s passion.
In July, he debuted his third piece of body art on Instagram, posting a photo of an intricate compass design on his left forearm.
Tatt is impressive: he later revealed a sizable new rose tattoo that is on the side of his torso
The teenager later revealed his fifth design, a distinctive eagle that occupies the space between his thumb and forefinger.
Shortly thereafter, Brooklyn presented the words “Made In England” inked on his left foot – an ironic choice since its namesake was inspired by his parents’ love for America and he now divides his time between England and the States.
This happened just before he revealed a sizable new rose tattoo that is on the side of his torso.
Perfect picture: He also has intricate ink on his left bicep that looks like a Fujitsu camera