DAVID Beckham has revealed a new tattoo of the word seven on his finger – matching son Brooklyn’s one on his wrist.
The former England captain, 42, displayed his new inking at a press conference in Tokyo, Japan.
The tattoo, unveiled on Wednesday, shows his famously lucky number seven tattooed across his left index finger.
Becks’ new ink looks to be a nod to his eldest son Brooklyn, who has his dad’s old shirt number tattooed on his wrist.
Brooklyn recently moved to New York to go to university, so maybe doting dad Becks returned the tribute to him.
The inking spelled out across Becks’ forefinger joins other tattoos adorning his body – including the words ‘Lead with Love’ and the digit 7, on his fifth finger.
Seven is famously the sportsman’s lucky number – it was his shirt number when he shot to fame playing for Manchester United and England.
He even went on to call his daughter Harper Seven back in 2011.
Earlier this year, his eldest son Brooklyn, 18, paid tribute to his dad by having the word ‘Seven’ inked on his left forearm.
Brooklyn recently embarked on a new adventure in New York City, living away from his family for the very first time to do a photography course.
The unveiling of Becks’ new tattoo comes after he stunned fans by sharing a video of himself eating whole crabs in the Japanese capital just a day earlier.
He captioned the video: “‘Crabs mmmmmmm,” proving the former sportsman is making the most of his time in Tokyo.
David is currently in Japan to carry out duties for Las Vegas Sands, as the casino and hotel brand’s global ambassador.