Like father, like son. Romeo Beckham, the 10-year-old son of soccer star David Beckham and former Spice Girl Victoria Beckham was seen sporting a tattoo with his sister’s name, Harper, to match his father’s over the weekend.
But is it real or fake?
According to the Daily Mail, the “Harper” tattoo on young Beckham’s neck is fake, unlike his father’s many tattoos. The tattoo on the 10-year-old’s neck was first spotted while David was on a shopping trip with Victoria and the Beckham brood, which includes one-year-old Harper, six-year-old Cruz and Brooklyn, 13. The gang were reportedly shopping in Santa Monica for Halloween costumes.
Taking another cue from his father, Romeo Beckham was sporting maroon skinny pants and a T-shirt that bared the phrase, “Rock Em High or Rock Em Low.” The fake ink was peeking out above the neckline of his T-shirt.
Father David Beckham got the tattoo shortly after baby Harper was born last July. It was first spotted when Beckham removed his shirt after an LA Galaxy win last August. Below the “Harper” tattoo, Beckham also sports a tattoo of Jesus carried by three cherubs, which the soccer star said symbolizies his sons.
“It’s Jesus being carried by three cherubs and obviously the cherubs are my boys and so my thought of it is that at some point my boys are going to need to look after me and that’s what they’re doing in the picture,” he said, according to the Daily Mail. “It means a lot. There's not one tattoo that I've got on me that doesn't mean something.”