A Guide to All of Brooklyn Beckham's Tattoos
NATIVE AMERICAN CHIEF
For his first tattoo, Brooklyn took a cue from his dad, heading to the same artist David regularly uses, Mark Mahoney, and getting the same controversial image of a native american chief in a feathered headdress on his forearm.
He followed that up with an homage to his chosen profession, getting a hyperrealistic camera inked on his inner left bicep by Doctor Woo.
Adding a compass to his left forearm shortly after.
A hand tattoo is a bold choice for a tattoo novice, but clearly Brooklyn is as serious as his dad about his body art, getting a very detailed eagle on his left hand.
He then went back to Mahoney to get a rose going up his left ribcage.
'MADE IN ENGLAND'
Beckham moved on to text-based additions, starting with the words "Made in England" along the outside of his left foot.
'SEVEN' & 'MAMA'S BOY'
In honor of his father's soccer jersey number and his sister, Harper Seven, Beckham had "Seven" tattooed on the outside of his wrist, and a numerical seven inked on his left pinky. Sticking to the text theme, he went on to get a tribute to his mother inscribed over his heart. It reads, "Mama's Boy."
'BROTHERS IN ARMS'
Text reading, "brothers in arms" sits beneath the camera on his arm.
The photographer chose a painful spot for this romantic tattoo: his sternum. Doctor Woo hooked him up with Cupid preparing to shoot his arrow.
HIS SIBLINGS' BIRTH YEARS
To further express his family love, Beckham had his siblings' (Romeo, 15, Cruz, 12 and Harper, 6) birth years inked above his elbow.
And he followed his siblings' birth years with a tattoo of his father David Beckham's birth year on the side of his hand.
In honor of his longtime nickname, Beckham tattooed "buster" above his bellybutton -- and his father has the same word inked on his neck.
The 18 year old, who wasn't in attendance at mom Victoria Beckham's fall 2018 New York Fashion Week show, expressed his love and support in another way: A tattoo tribute to his "mum," written over a rose-embellished heart.