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David Beckham Gets Some Fresh New Ink To Honor Wifey Victoria!

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david beckham shows off new tattoo that reads victoria

Normally, we're pretty thorough when it comes to checking out David Beckham, but somehow this one got by us!

The seksi soccer superstar and his fabulous wifey Vicoria Beckham attended An Evening to Celebrate the Global Fund in London on Monday, and as usual, they both looked amazing!

Becks looked quite dapper as he was covered from head to toe in a Burberry suit, but if you take a close look under his Breitling wristwatch, you'll see he has some new ink on his right hand that reads "Victoria"!

Awwww! How cute!!!

David has a tattoo or seven or twenty, so it was only a matter of time before he got one to perfectly honor is perfectly posh wifey!

Besides, nothing says "I love you" like getting someone's name permanently etched into your skin!!

[Image via GF/BauerGriffinOnline.]

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4 comments to “David Beckham Gets Some Fresh New Ink To Honor Wifey Victoria!”



  1. 1

    IF tattoos were ever cool, they certainly aren't now. Seemingly everyone has at least one. Hard to be hip with a tat when Justin Beiber is all inked up. Yeah, now you're as cool as the Biebs. Tell your friends.

  2. irvinegirl says – reply to this


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    Idiot. His tatoos look gross and will age badly as he gets older. Stupid. Stupid. Stupid.



  3. 3

    Re: dreamboatRe: dreamboat
    Have you been out from under your rock's lately? Every second person has at least 1 tattoo. Get over yourselves!!



  4. 4

    I don't have one and never would get one. When I grew up in the 60's they were considered low class and about the only people who had them were sailors at the Navy Base one town over from where I lived (and probably half of them were drunk when they got the tats). I think the trend is dying out, at least I hope so.