David Beckham unveils new hand tattoo dedicated to his wife Victoria
17 SEPTEMBER 2013David and Victoria Beckham made a super stylish appearance at a London Fashion Week party on Tuesday evening, arriving hand-in-hand and dressed in synchronized outfits for a star-studded event at Aspley House.
The couple, who have been married for 14 years, looked perfectly in sync in his and hers black trouser suits as they stepped out together for the Global Fund and British Fashion Council party, which was being hosted by US Vogue editor Anna Wintour.
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While his wife looked glamorous in her simple but chic ensemble, it was David's new accessory that attracted attention.
Visible on his right hand was a new tattoo reading 'Victoria'. The former Spice Girl recently revealed she bought David a tattoo voucher for his 38th birthday in May — and it may well be that he used the token to honour the mother-of-four.
The new design complements the tattoo on his left hand, which reads 'love' and is written in a similar font.
The couple's joint appearance came 24 hours after they stepped out on opposite sides of the city. On Monday, Victoria attended the Vogue dinner at Balthazar in Covent Garden while her husband was in Mayfair being unveiled as the new face of Belstaff.
Designers including Stella McCartney, Roland Mourret and Christopher Bailey also attended the party.
David and Victoria's invitation to the event comes as little surprise. Victoria's hugely successful fashion career has brought her to the attention of style queen Anna, who has now met the Beckhams on a number of occasions.
She was clearly taken with two-year-old Harper, who was the centre of attention before the show began. Despite his little girl's impeccable behaviour, David recently admitted to some nerves — particularly given their front row companion.
"It was the first show that she sat out there and I was sitting next to Anna, of course," David told E! News. "I was trying to keep Harper from…because she was standing up and she was sitting down, she was saying, 'I like the pink dress, I like the white dress.' Her legs were moving around and I thought, 'I don't want her to kick Anna.'
"But Anna was so unbelievably sweet to her. She was so sweet to her. You know, she's got children so she's used to that."