David Beckham unveils his latest tattoo and it's a must-see!

by hellomagazine.com

He's one of the most tattooed celebrities so it comes as no shock that David Beckham has added another piece of artwork to his impressive collection. The 40-year-old posted a black-and-white snap showing off his latest ink, which he had done while enjoying his Easter break in Los Angeles.

With just his leg in shot, the former footballer displayed his new tattoo of what appears to be a male and female angel, running arm in arm.

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David unveiled his latest tattoo

The beautiful artwork has had over 200,000 likes and it's left his social media followers speculating the meaning. Could it be another tribute to his family?

In October, the father-of-four let his only daughter Harper Beckham design a tattoo on the palm of his hand. The adorable piece is of a smiling little girl with her arms outstretched.

Proud mum Victoria posted the snap on her Instagram, alongside the caption: "Harper is a true little artist x x vb."

Harper is a true little artist x x vb 😏🙏❤️

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Harper designed a tattoo for her dad

David has two script tattoos on his neck dedicated to Harper – one of her name and another that reads "Hey Pretty Lady", which was added in July 2015 by celebrity tattoo artist Mark Mahoney.

The sportsman also has eldest son Brooklyn's name on his lower back. Just above that is third son Cruz's name, while middle son Romeo's name is inscribed above David's now iconic angel back-piece.

David decided to honour one of the most memorable years of his life when he got '99' inked onto his little finger. He revealed the tribute on Instagram with a picture of the tattoo and the message: "99 was a good year for me."

Indeed 1999 was an incredible year for the footballer – not only did he marry Victoria, it was also the year Brooklyn was born.

To cap it all he experienced success on the pitch with Manchester United, leading the team to victory in 'the treble' the Premier League, FA Cup and UEFA Champions League.

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