Brooklyn Beckham honors father David with one other tattoo
He has been following in his famous father’s footsteps since he was 18 in March 2017.
And Brooklyn Beckham unveiled another tattoo tribute to his football legend father David (42) on Tuesday on Instagram.
The aspiring photographer and social media sensation proudly displayed a fresh ‘1975’ ink on his right hand, honoring his beloved father’s date of birth.
Sweet: Brooklyn Beckham unveiled another tattoo tribute to his football legend father David (42) on Tuesday on Instagram
He was soon inundated with comments from his 10.7 million Instagram followers, one of whom wrote, “Aw so cute for your dads,” while another wrote, “Super cute … daddy’s year of birth”.
Last month, the teen revealed a new Buster tattoo just above his belly button, which pays tribute to both his childhood nickname and the tattoo David got on his neck in 2015.
The budding photographer, who has been called “Buster” since birth, revealed the minimalist tattoo in a white Instagram snap on Friday.
The tattoo is a nod to David’s ‘Buster’ tattoo on his neck, written in curly italics over a small black love heart.
Close Bond: The aspiring photographer and social media sensation proudly displayed a fresh ‘1975’ ink on his right hand, honoring his beloved father’s date of birth
The dad of four shared the ink on Instagram, writing, “I’ve always called Brooklyn (Buster) since he was born … I love you, Bust @brooklynbeckham.”
Brooklyn has used body art before to honor David, and in October he had the number seven tattooed on his pinky finger to mark his father’s famous sports career.
The single-digit number – David’s roster number at Manchester United and England – also serves as the middle name for Brooklyn’s six-year-old sister Harper.
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The artist shared a recording after Brooklyn’s visit to New York tattoo artist Evan Kim and wrote, “His lucky number SE7EN!”
David adopted the number seven jersey during a trophy-laden period with the Red Devils, winning six Premier League titles, the FA Cup and the UEFA Champions League, and a 13-year career with the national team at 115 International matches. 16 goals and appearances in five major tournaments.
The teenager previously revealed the only word “seven,” which was inked prominently above his left wrist shortly after he signed up with Parsons in August.
Dedication: Brooklyn has previously used body art to honor David, and in October he had the number seven tattooed on his pinky finger to mark his father’s famous athletic career
Icon: The one-digit number – David’s roster number at 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 the Parson School of Design in Greenwich Village, also requested the word “CLICK” on his inner index finger.
His first came in April – a forearm dye that directly mimics that of his father David – is an illustration of a Native American in traditional headdress.
Just weeks after sitting at the Shamrock Social Club for the tattoo, he revealed a second intricate inking of a Fujitsu camera on his left bicep, a tribute 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 takes up the space between the thumb and forefinger.
Shortly thereafter, Brooklyn presented the words “Made In England” written across his left foot – an ironic decision since its namesake was inspired by his parents’ love for America and he now divides his time between England and the United States.
This happened just before he revealed a sizable new rose tattoo that is on the side of his torso.
Picture perfect: He also has a complicated coloration of a Fujitsu camera on his left bicep