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David Beckham Reveals Harper Seven Tattoo, Kids’ Names on Boots



David Beckham has added the name of his baby daughter, Harper Seven, to his tattoo collection honoring all his children. Her name is now inked on a tattoo tribute to his three sons, Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz.

The new Harper Seven tattoo was revealed when he removed his shirt on the football pitch this weekend. The baby girl’s name appears high on David’s chest, above his heart. Below it is a large tattooed picture honoring David’s three sons and with a special meaning behind it.

Victoria Beckham shared a new photo of proud Dad David Beckham with Harper yesterday. But David had his own tribute to reveal at the end of LA Galaxy’s 3-1 win over FC Dallas in Carson this weekend.

David stripped off his shirt to show the word “Harper” is now inked above David’s large graphic tattoo representing his three sons, Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz. In it, three cherubs are seen carrying Jesus. Apparently it symbolizes how the three boys will need to look after David in the future.

Beckham had the original tattoo done early this year, and first revealed the new ink in February. He had to undergo over 12 hours over two sessions with the tattoo artist. Beckham has several other tattoos, including an image of his wife Victoria Beckham topless. She too has several tattoos.

Now, David Beckham has Harper’s name inked above the depiction of himself as Jesus.

He has also had Harper’s name added alongside her brothers’ names on his gold football boots.

David Beckham is a proud father indeed!

One Response to “David Beckham Reveals Harper Seven Tattoo, Kids’ Names on Boots”

  1. camfrog says:

    both beautiful and handsome man, very big fan of david beckham football player, and hd master.
    I’m a fan of the man thank you very much for sharing.

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