Brooklyn Beckham gets first tattoo of a Native American

Heavily-inked David Beckham takes teenage son Brooklyn, 18, to get his first tattoo… and he chooses a Native American illustration ‘just like dad’s’.
From his hair to his football academy training, Brooklyn Beckham is slowing morphing into his famous father David.
But the teenager, 18, got a permanent inking ‘just like dad’s’ on Saturday, following in his father’s footsteps with his very first tattoo.

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special meaning behind David Beckham 40 tattoos

He just got the number ’99’ added to his extensive tattoo collection to mark one of the happiest years of his life.
And it is safe to say that David Beckham’s love of body art will see him squeeze many more inkings into his already intricately decorated physique.
Now as the 40-year-old sporting superstar has as many designs as years on the clock, MailOnline takes a look at how his love of body art has grown over the past few decades – and what each tattoo means to him…

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On Ink Master, eighteen tattoo artists from around the country will battle it out in permanent ink and sometimes with each other for a 0,000 grand prize, an editorial feature in Inked and, of course, the bragging rights title of ‘Ink Master.’ This season it’s not just about the rivalries the artists create during the competition, each contestant comes with their own personal tattoo rival – their master or apprentice.
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