Brooklyn Beckham has revealed that he has the name of each of his siblings tattooed on his hand. The eldest child of Victoria and David Beckham took to Instagram on Tuesday to show off his ink, sharing a selfie in which his right hand is visible. The names "Cruz" and "Romeo" are clearly visible on the inside of his fingers, and although we can't see the name of his eight-year-old sister Harper, not all of Brooklyn's fingers can be clearly seen, so we're sure the rising star didn't leave her out.
When he's not showing off his stylish tattoos, the 20-year-old is often sharing snaps of his gorgeous girlfriend, Nicola Peltz. On Monday, Brooklyn, who is a budding photographer, uploaded to Instagram a photo of himself laying on the floor, with Nicola on top of him. Nicola is used to the showbiz lifestyle, and the 25-year-old actress is best known for her role in The Last Airbender.
Brooklyn shared the snap on Instagram
Both Brooklyn and Nicola have been sharing photos of their first few months together on Instagram, and it seems the two have been busy jetting across the world. In some photos, the pair can be seen relaxing on beautiful beaches, and in others, the love-struck couple can be seen having fun in hotel lobbies and even airports. We're feeling a little jealous…
The Beckham children are very close
But Brooklyn isn't the only Beckham boy to be loved-up at the moment. Younger brother Romeo, 17, has also been sharing sweet snaps of his girlfriend Mia, also 17, and in December the teenagers even jetted off to Paris for a few days away.
Romeo treated fans to snaps of their trip. Firstly, he shared a photo of himself eating a delicious looking croissant in front of the Arc de Triomphe. Next, Romeo shared a sweet photo of himself and Mia cuddled up in front of The Louvre. In the third photo, the couple can be seen enjoying a tour of the Eiffel Tower, although Mia looked a little uncertain – perhaps she doesn't like heights! The fourth and final photo showed the pair enjoying lunch.
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