In addition to his unwavering enthusiasm for football, David Beckham, the 48-year-old football star is also obsessed with tattoos, adding a new one to symbolise his new chapter in life with his family in Miami.
The sports celebrity, who boasts a massive collection of tattoos all over his body, revealed his newest creation, a micro-realism piece that reads "Miami, freedom to dream", Hola reported.
The beautiful design also has an eagle perched over the text. And although it's unknown when he got it done, the tattoo has entirely healed, as the athlete shared a close-up of his inked leg after it was hurt during a game with former Paris Saint-Germain colleague Marco Verratti.
Both David and his wife Victoria Beckham have adjusted well to their new Miami residence.
With the athlete serving as Inter Miami's co-owner and Victoria marketing her new watch line while attending elite events in the area and making new friends, including Lionel Messi's wife Antonela Roccuzzo, the football player and fashion designer are spending most of their time in Florida.
David recently made the trip to Hong Kong to cheer on his team during a preseason friendly. Victoria was enjoying the debut of her watch collection with friends, including actress Katie Holmes, while she was busy promoting it in New York City. During the special event held in collaboration with Breitling, Holmes posed for pictures with the fashion designer.
“Such an amazing evening celebrating the new Victoria Beckham x @Breitling collection in NYC!!” Victoria said. “I’m wearing my signature #VBSS24 tailored suit (coming soon!) and B Frame Belt! Kisses,” she added.
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