Imagine that your mom and dad are the Beckhams, and you're their eldest child—you love your siblings, your parents more or less support you in your dreams, and you are a golden egg who decides to tribute your family with nearly all of your tattoos.
Congrats, you've fantasized about being Brooklyn Beckham. Brooklyn is the oldest child of David and Victoria Beckham, and at 20 years old is the only Beckham child who is of legal age to get tattoos (at least in most states). In being simultaneously the eldest sibling and the sweetest celebrity big brother out there, Brooklyn has gotten a second tattoo dedicated to his younger siblings: Romeo, Harper, and Cruz.
This time, Brooklyn got the names of his three siblings tattooed on the sides of his fingers. This follows the tattoo Brooklyn has on the back of his arm for each birth year of his brothers and sister, and runs with the family tradition of familial-centered ink.
Tattoos matter so much in the Beckham household that Brooklyn promised his father, David, to wait until David was with him to get his first tattoo. David Beckham has Brooklyn's nickname, Buster, tattooed on his neck and of course multiple other piece which pay tribute to his tight-knit family.
Brooklyn has multiple other tattoos that have to do with his family, hobbies, and friends. The smaller tattoos help adorn the emptier spaces on Brooklyn's body, and balance out the large scale black-and-grey pieces that you see throughout his work. Hopefully even more sick ink is on its way to Brooklyn's canvas.