Brooklyn Beckham shows off new ‘Made in England’ tattoo and everyone is very confused The 18-year-old has debuted yet another inking Share Get daily updates directly to your inbox + Subscribe Thank you for subscribing! Could not subscribe, try again later Invalid Email
Brooklyn Beckham has unveiled yet another tattoo that seemingly proves he definitely wasn’t conceived in New York after all.
The 18-year-old aspiring photographer debuted the ‘Made in England’ ink – etched on the side of his left foot – on social media on Wednesday morning.
But while most of his followers praised the new ink, it left a lot of people scratching their heads.
It was widely thought that David and Victoria Beckham’s eldest son was conceived in Brooklyn, despite Posh Spice later saying she simply liked the name.
“Isn’t Brooklyn Beckham named after the place he was conceived? His new ‘Made in England’ tattoo is entertaining me more than it ought to,” one Twitter user wrote. Brooklyn Beckham was made in England after all (Image: Instagram) The teen was spotted in West Hollywood (Image: Splash News)
While a second added: “Awks moment when Brooklyn Beckham gets a tattoo saying ‘Made in England’ when he wasn’t.”
“Do we need to fact-check Brooklyn Beckham’s tattoo,” another joked on the micro-blogging site. The teen has got at least four tattoos now (Image: Splash News) He was rocking a very interesting look (Image: Splash News)
Writing in her 2001 biography Learning To Fly, Victoria said she had always loved the name ‘Brooke’ and New York is where she found out she was pregnant.
She wrote: “I had always liked the name Brooke and then we suddenly thought about Brooklyn. I’d always like it as a place – it’s very multi-cultural, very grounded. Video Loading Click to play Tap to play The video will start in 8 Cancel Play now Brooklyn shows off his compass tattoo (Image: brooklynbeckham/Instagram) He’s also got an inking of a camera (Image: Instagram) Here he unveils his first ever tattoo (Image: brooklynbeckham/Instagram)
“And it was only afterwards that I realised how appropriate it was because it was in New York that I found out I was pregnant and where David came after the World Cup.”
Brooklyn’s latest inking comes just weeks after he got a compass etched on his forearm.
Before that he got a camera tattooed on his upper left arm, while his first ever design was a Native American tattoo.
However, he faced a huge backlash after debuted the Native American chief, with some of his followers calling the tattoo “culturally insensitive” and “highly offensive”. Like us on Facebook .