David Beckham reveals two new tattoos while stripping to swim in freezing lake06/25/2019
David Beckham’s no stranger to adventure, but there was one thing distracting fans from his dip in a freezing cold lake in Iceland… he appeared to show off two new chest tattoos in the process.
The footballer is currently on a fishing trip with Guy Ritchie – with whom he also shares a pub venture – making the most of their trip to the freezing lakes.
As well as posting photos of himself in full fishing attire (seriously, is there any look this man can’t pull off), David shared a video of his dip in the water too – and he even braved going shirtless in the icy temperatures.
Fans were convinced that he had also revealed two new tattoos on his heavily-inked chest in the process, which appeared to be a crucifix in the centre and some scripture.
He captioned the snap, ‘Too damn cold’ – and we’re inclined to agree, that looks pretty excruciating.
David and Guy’s ongoing bromance also shows no signs of abating – the pair opened their pub, Lore Of The Land in Fitzrovia, London, last month.
David, 44, has amassed a huge collection of tattoos over the years, and debuted another new piece of ink in March – a black heart on his earlobe, which fans speculated was a tribute to his wife, Victoria Beckham.
Although the significance of his new chest tatts hasn’t been revealed yet, David is known to get tribute tattoos for his loved one – including daughter Harper’s name on his neck and cherubs on his body representing his sons.
He also has ’99’ tattooed on his right hand, marking a significant year for him – he married Victoria, won the UEFA Champions League with Manchester United and his first child, Brooklyn Beckham, was born.
We wonder where he’s going to get inked next… that canvas is filling up fast!
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