Brooklyn Beckham Shows Off 'Mama's Boy' Tattoo.
David and Victoria Beckham's eldest son, Brooklyn Beckham, recently showed off his new chest tattoo.
The 18-year-old photographer was (http://www.etonline.com/news/223150_brooklyn_beckham_shows_off_new_mama_boy_tattoo_see_the_pics/) spotted jogging in Los Angeles with his good friend, Cody Simpson. Brooklyn was topless at that time, so his "Mama's boy" tattoo was on full display.
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A day before the sighting, Brooklyn gave his Instagram followers a glimpse of his newest ink. In his (https://www.instagram.com/p/BXZDP4YjryP/) photo , Brooklyn is once again topless, but this time, he is at the gym. The teenager is standing with his right side turned toward the camera. His huge rose tattoo could be seen clearly, but the marking on his left chest couldn't be read.
Meanwhile, Brooklyn's dad, David, previously appeared in (http://www.etonline.com/news/219319_david_beckham_made_son_brooklyn_wait_to_get_his_first_tattoo_with_him/) James Corden's "The Late Late Show," where he talked about his son. The soccer star confirmed that Brooklyn already had two tattoos at the time. "There's absolutely nothing I can say. He's got two. He was 18 pretty recently, and he was counting the days down because he talked about having a tattoo for a long time," he said.
David also shared that he and Brooklyn made a pact to get the latter's first tattoo together. So when the person watching over him called David to tell him that Brooklyn was at a tattoo shop with his girlfriend, David immediately called him and reminded him of their agreement.
"That was the deal... so I called him, I FaceTimed him, and I said, 'What are you doing mate?' And he said, 'I'm just going for dinner.' And I was like, 'Are you sure you're going for dinner?' And he was like, 'Actually, dad, I'm in a tattoo place. I was thinking about having something, I'm with my girlfriend.' And I was like, 'OK, you're more than welcome to have it but remember you promised me, and I'm your dad and I would feel really upset if you actually went through with it.' So he didn't. Thankfully he waited," David said.
In April, Brooklyn posted a (https://www.instagram.com/p/BSXZ9pPD8MO/) photo of himself getting his first tattoo via Instagram. He captioned the snap by thanking the tattoo artist and saying that Mark gave him an ink exactly like his dad's.