Brooklyn Beckham has unveiled a huge new chest tattoo

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  • The oldest in the Beckham brood appears to be copying his dad's tattoo style...

    Brooklyn Beckham took to Instagram yesterday to reveal the brand new addition to his ever-growing tattoo collection.

    The nineteen-year-old has taken a leaf out of his father’s book, and added to his selection of David Beckham-esque body art with another religious themed piece.

    The piece, which stretches across his right shoulder and onto his chest, portrays four cherubs in the clouds – matching the other angel tattoo on his lower torso.

    Tagging his tattoo artist in the snap, Brooklyn writes: ‘Bloody love it mate xxx’.

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    Bloody love it mate xxx @_dr_woo_ 🌷🌷

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    The new inking joins other pieces which appear to honour his parents.

    On the left side of his shoulder, Brooklyn has one which reads ‘mama’s boy’ in a typewriter font – which is most likely in patronage to his mum Victoria.

    He also has the year 1975 on his right hand, a tribute to his dad, who was born on May 2, 1975.

    Revealing the touching tat back in February of this year, Brooklyn took to Instagram to debut the piece – tagging his dad in the picture.

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    The new tattoo addition comes just a few days after Brooklyn revealed that he had welcomed a new ‘baby’ – an adorable puppy he called Fig.

    Sharing pictures of the cute dog with his fans on social media, he wrote: ‘‘Meet my new baby 🌷 Fig Beckham’.

    It’s been a rather difficult year for the oldest in the Beckham brood, after Brooklyn decided to drop out of university in New York.

    Brooklyn was enrolled on a four-year photography course at Parsons School of Design overseas, but decided to defer his further education due to ‘homesickness’, according to The Mirror.

    What do you think about Brooklyn’s tribute to his family through his body art? Let us know on our GoodtoKnow Facebook page.

    Words by Alice-Rose Perry

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