David Beckham added another tattoo to his growing collection of body arts. This time, the father of four honored his eldest son, Brooklyn, with a new script tattoo located at the side of his neck.
The former soccer player decided to get a new ink during the weekend and even shared a snapshot of it on Instagram, E! News reported. Beckham had the word “Buster” added to his body art collection, which apparently was his nickname for Brooklyn.
The H&M model explained on Instagram, “I've always called Brooklyn (Buster) since the day he was born.... Love you Bust @brooklynbeckham.” The star’s latest body art even featured a small heart just below the script.
The father and son duo had been spending time with each other and even enjoyed a hike together last week. Beckham also took to Instagram then to share a touching picture of himself with Brooklyn. The athlete captioned the image, "Something tells me I love this not so little man so much…. Growing up fast into a perfect gentleman and hiking buddy….I love you big boy.”
The former Manchester United player has all of his family’s names on his body, along with various symbols to represent important milestones in his life. According to Yahoo! Celebrity, Beckham has the names of his 12-year-old son Romeo and the 10-year-old Cruz inked on his back, along with Brooklyn’s name.
The couple’s four-year-old daughter, Harper, was also honored with her name etched on Beckham’s neck, along with the word’s “Pretty Lady.” Meanwhile, his wife’s name is inked on his right hand along with touching words such as "Dream Big Be Unrealistic," “Love” and “Lead With Love.” The former Spice Girls’ name is also etched in Sanskrit on Beckham’s right arm.
Meanwhile, the former soccer player also recently paid tribute to former Bury Football Director Neville Neville, who died from a heart attack on Aug. 7. Beckham was joined by other soccer stars such as Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes and many others, during Neville’s funeral service held in Bury Parish Church.
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