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Having just unveiled his most recent body art in honour of his wife Victoria, we take a look at some of the ex-England player's most iconic tattoos.
"RISE ABOVE". The latest addition to the David Beckham canvas! Picture: Instagram
Becks had the name of his youngest child tattooed on his neck not long after she was born but earlier this month he added 'Pretty Lady' to show how much he loved her! Aaaw. Picture: Instagram
In 1999 David married Victoria and it was also the year he won the Trebel with Manchester United. (For the non-footbal fans the treble is when a team win three trophies in one season!) Picture: Instagram
723 is a collaboration of his two most famous shirt numbers. He wore number 7 for Manchester United and for England. He chose number 23 when playing for Real Madrid in appreciation of his admiration for basketball player Michael Jordan who played under the same shirt number. Picture: Instagram
The humming bird is a tribute to his wife. Picture: Instagram
The romantic tribute is written in a swirly script on David's right hand.
Victoria is pictured in a Bridgette Bardot-style design up her husband's left forearm.
Speaking about his artwork in an interview the ex-England player said: 'Obviously the cherubs are boys so my thought behind it is that at some point my boys are going to need to look after me and that's what they're doing in the picture. Everything has a meaning.'
The tattoo translates: 'Life and death are determined by fate, rank and riches decreed by Heaven.'
Picture: Doug Inglish www.elleuk.com
In May 2013 David told News Channel CNN: 'I have 32 and I don't regret any of them.' Beckham has since added to his extensive collection. Picture: H&M
The proud father also has his first son Brooklyn's name tattooed at the bottom of his lower back and daughter Harper's name on his upper chest.
The footie star had this lucky number inked in Roman numerals 'VII' along his forearm.
The design is based on artist Matthew R. Brooks's Catholic painting The Man Of Sorrows.