Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz Beckham
Brooklyn Beckham will also be reminded of his younger siblings, Romeo, Cruz and Harper Beckham, thanks to his new tattoo. Pictured: Beckham siblings attend the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Sports Awards 2015 at UCLA's Pauley Pavilion on July 16, 2015 in Westwood, California. Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images For KCSports2015

Brooklyn Beckham recently paid tribute to his younger siblings by getting a new tattoo of their birthdays.

On his Instagram account, David and Victoria Beckham’s eldest child shared the small but very meaningful ink on his arm. It showed the numbers “02 05 11” – the year his siblings were born. Romeo, 15, was born in 2002, while Cruz, 12, was born in 2005. Their youngest sibling, Harper, 6, was born in 2011.

Beckham is currently studying photography in New York, so he is unable to spend as much time with his siblings who are in London. But the 18-year-old has always looked at his family as his biggest inspiration.

In fact, he typically uses his siblings as his subject when taking photos. “I love shooting the family – of course it’s always going to be a much more intimate shot when you know your subject so well. I love taking photos of all of my family but Harper is really cute to photograph, and my brother Romeo because of his shaved head. Cruz is just cheeky, so it’s always fun to get a picture of him too,” he told People.

Meanwhile, Beckham, who is dating Chloe Grace Moretz, has yet to get a tattoo inspired by his girlfriend. The couple just got back together a few months ago after splitting for an entire year.

While speaking with the Daily Telegraph’s Stellar magazine, the 21-year-old “Carrie” actress admitted that she went through a very difficult time after splitting from Beckham. “I went through a hard year and I’m not going to hide that. I had to deal with this new level of fame while I was growing up, I was getting out of a relationship and all of it was very public. I wanted to hide,” she said.

Moretz’s family helped her recover from her split from Beckham. “They were like, ‘That’s all great that you want to go away – but you can’t. You are your own person. You’re going to have to deal with this sort of thing. I felt like things were falling apart, like my head and heart weren’t in the same place,” she said.