David Beckham shares baby tattoo

David Beckham reveals his latest tattoo - the name of his new baby daughter, Harper.
David Beckham reveals his latest tattoo - the name of his new baby daughter, Harper.

DAVID Beckham has shared a photograph of his new tattoo with fans.

The 36-year-old soccer superstar has multiple inkings on his body and after showing a glimpse of his new artwork - the name of his new baby daughter Harper etched in script along his left collarbone - when he removed his shirt following his team Los Angeles Galaxy's win against FC Dallas on Saturday, he has now produced a picture of the design.

Posting a close-up photo of the design on his Facebook page, he captioned the photo: "My latest tattoo."

The new inking sits above a design of Jesus being carried by three cherubs, which is dedicated to sons Brooklyn, 12, Romeo, eight, and six-year-old Cruz.

Explaining the cherub tattoo, which he had in February, David previously said: "It is Jesus being carried by three cherubs and obviously the cherubs are my boys and so my thought of 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. It means a lot."

In addition, David has Brooklyn's name running across his lower back, Romeo on the base of his neck and Cruz across the middle of his back underneath an image of a guardian angel, as well as wife Victoria's name written in Hindu script along his forearm.

Fashion designer Victoria has a number of tattoos, including an inscription on her back and a Roman numeral on her wrist.

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