Much like his inked-up dad, Brooklyn Beckham is a big fan of body art.

 

The oldest of the Beckham brood honoured his siblings in the past with a tattoo of their birth years, and now the 18-year-old has gotten a similar tribute to his footballer father.

 

The aspiring photographer shared a snap of his latest ink with his 10.7M Insta followers.

 

We adore the minimalist tattoo of '1975' on his hand, which refers to David Beckham's birth year.

 

 

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Hm, we wonder if he'll get a 1974 tattoo soon to honour his mum Victoria!

 

The teen has definitely enjoyed getting inked up lately. At the end of January, he unveiled a tattoo reading 'buster' above his bellybutton.

 

According to the Evening Standard, 'Buster' is what David nicknamed Brooklyn when he was a baby.

 

David also has the nickname tattooed on his neck next to a black love heart. 

 

Their father-son bond is just so sweet. Our hearts are positively melting!

 

 

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Brooklyn's Instagram followers are so into his new ink - though some mistook it as a tribute to the band The 1975!

 

"Awesome band!" said one confused fan.

 

A follower wrote, "Genuinely thought he was just a massive the 1975 fan for at least a minute."

 

"All the best people were born in 1975," another cheekily commented (hm, we wonder what year they were born). 

 

What do you think of Brooklyn's latest ink, mums? Do you have any tattoos honouring family members? 

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