Brooklyn Beckham Has An Eight Lines Long Tattoo Dedicated To His Wife
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The 23-year-old got married to his long-term partner at her billionaire father's £76 million oceanfront estate in Palm Beach, Florida, over the weekend.
The pair first started dating in 2019 and became engaged in 2020, and since then Brooklyn’s revealed a number of tats in his wife’s honour.
One of the ink jobs below the top of his back features a love letter the American actress wrote for him.
It reads: "My forever boy. Read this anytime you feel anxious.
I want you to know how deeply loved you are.
"You have the kindest heart I've ever met and hope I never go a day without your love.
"I think you are so incredible.
Just know we can get through it all together if you breathe slow and trust.
I love you beyond.
"Love always, your future wifey."
But this is far from the only tattoo Brooklyn’s had in tribute to his now-wife. The love letter job sits below an inking of Peltz’s eyes, which he got in October 2020.
He also has Peltz’s late grandma’s name ‘Gina’ on his arm and a poem etched onto him that reads: “My life, my love, my truth, my breath, my reason, my beauty, my precious.”
Safe to say he’ll be in for some serious laser work if these two ever split.
But for now the pair are a happily married couple, having tied the knot at a whopping £3 million wedding party on Saturday (9 April).
Brooklyn’s dad was on hand to deliver an emotional speech at the star-studded event, where guests such as Gordon Ramsay and Eva Longoria were in attendance.
David was said to be unable to hold back the tears as he recalled the day his eldest child was born.
An insider told The Sun: “David’s speech went on for about five minutes and he looked to shed a tear at one point.
“He was talking about when Brooklyn was born and how he wanted to protect him.
“He said he was sleeping on the hospital floor, holding the door shut because he didn’t want to let anyone get in.
“David got a lump in his throat and had to stop and take a breather to regain his composure, but it was a very sweet speech.”