Inked! David Beckham’s latest tattoo dedicated to son Brooklyn is adorable

After body ink dedicated to wife Victoria and daughter Harper, David Beckham has added one more tattoo on his body for eldest son Brooklyn.

hidden September 01, 2015 11:32:27 IST
Inked! David Beckham’s latest tattoo dedicated to son Brooklyn is adorable

Los Angeles: Former footballer David Beckham has added one more tattoo on his body and has dedicated it to his eldest son Brooklyn.

The new tattoo has been inked on Bekham's neck and it reads ‘Buster’, reports aceshowbiz.com.

Inked David Beckhams latest tattoo dedicated to son Brooklyn is adorable

File photo of David Beckham . Reuters

‘Buster’ was the moniker that the former footballer gave to his eldest son.

Unveiling the tattoo tribute on his account on photo-sharing website Instagram on Sunday, the father of four wrote: "I've always called Brooklyn (Buster) since the day he was born.... Love you Bust @brooklynbeckham."

Prior to the word ‘Buster’, he had the famous ‘99’ inking, which he dedicated to wife Victoria to mark the year they got married and welcomed their son Brooklyn.

Last month, he unveiled on Instagram a new piece of body art featured the words ‘Pretty Lady’, which was dedicated to his daughter Harper.

The tattoo was written above his current ‘Harper’ ink near his neck.

I've always called Brooklyn ( Buster ) since the day he was born.... Love you Bust @brooklynbeckham

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