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David Beckham Tattoos

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David Beckham tattoos, ranked by fans of the sexy star and of body art. David Beckham is the English footballer / soccer store best known for playing for Manchester United, the Los Angeles Galaxy, and Real Madrid. The international star has modeled for ad campaigns for Emporio Armani, H&M, and Burger King, and he has appeared on the covers of GQ, Vanity Fair, Men's Health, Details, and Esquire magazines, among others.

David Beckham's tats honor the people in his life that are most important to him and remind his of how far he's come in the entertainment industry. Beckham has at least 17 tattoos, each with a special meaning or memory. This David Beckham tattoo pics list features the names of wife, three sons, and daughter, a Hebrew Bible verse, and several religious images.

Similar to other stars that have tattoos, such as Miley Cyrus tats or 50 Cent body art, David Beckham has made headlines several times as he has added a new tattoo to his collection. He is one of the hottest tattooed celebrities and famous people with tattoos.

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    Jesus and Cherubs

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    A representation of his three sons on his upper left chest, a portrait of Jesus styled to look like Beckham, being lifted from the tomb by cherubs.
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    May 8, 2006

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    A set of wrist tattoos in Roman numerals for the Beckhams after a secret commitment ceremony in 2006. 
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    Classical Couple

    Photo: @davidbeckham / via Instagram
    In 2016, Beckham debuted this classical couple on his ankle. The tat took five hours to complete and was designed and Mark Mahoney at the Shamrock Social Club tattoo studio.
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    Jesus On The Way to The Cross

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    Beckham's tribute to his grandfather Joe West's death in 2010. A black-and-white image of Christ drawn on his side, based on the painting The Man Of Sorrows, by Catholic artist Matthew R. Brooks.
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