Brooklyn Beckham is hooked! Just days after unveiling his first tattoo, the teenager showed off a brand new inking, this time on his left bicep. David and Victoria Beckham's eldest son proved his love for photography by choosing a design of a camera, done by Los Angeles-based artist Dr Woo. Brooklyn gave fans a clear look at the tattoo as he took to Instagram to write: "Great second tattoo by @_dr_woo_."
The 18-year-old and his family are currently enjoying the Easter holidays in Los Angeles, the city they used to call home when footballer David, 41, played for LA Galaxy. Brooklyn had his first tattoo done at the beginning of the month, choosing a design of a Native American. The famous teen headed to the Shamrock Social Club in LA where celebrity tattoo artist Mark Mahoney did the honours.
Brooklyn unveiled his second tattoo on Instagram
David, who has more than 40 tattoos, also added to his collection of body art by having another tattoo done. Last week, the former England football captain took to Instagram to share a photo of artist Mark at work, revealing: "Nice little shin piece with the legend Mark Mahoney."
It's not yet known what tattoo David chose, but it will no doubt hold a special meaning for the sports icon. He already has tattoos dedicated to his wife Victoria and their four children: Brooklyn, Romeo, 14, Cruz, 12, and five-year-old Harper. David had his wife's name inked onto his right hand, above the words 'My love'. He has also sweetly paid tribute to his only daughter Harper, by having her name and the words 'Pretty Lady' etched onto his neck.
The teenager had his first tattoo done earlier this month
His eldest son Brooklyn seems to be following in his footsteps, having two tattoos done in a matter of days. Brooklyn's latest tattoo of a camera points to reports that the A-Level student is hoping to study fashion photography at university. In a 2015 interview with Miss Vogue, he previously revealed his plans, saying: "I'm hoping to study art and photography in the US, once I have finished my A Levels."