Brooklyn Peltz Beckham Has Added Another Tattoo Dedicated To His Wifey Nicola Peltz Beckham
When there’s trouble in paradise, or in this case, in California by way of Florida, sometimes the only thing to do is DEFLECT – DEFLECT – DEFLECT! According to E! News, Brooklyn Peltz Beckham showed off a brand new tattoo, a giant portrait of Nicola Peltz Beckham’s face, his wifey of just under a year, after embarrassing details about the couple’s $13 million “shit-show” of a wedding, rife with secrets and superfudge (auto-correct and it stays), were revealed earlier this week. Brooklyn’s latest masterpiece is proudly on display in the Wifey Wing on his bicep and is now part of the permanent collection at the Brooklyn Museum of Matrimonial Art (BMMA).
While the entire gallery isn’t yet open to the public, Brooklyn gave a sneak peek of his latest commission while sitting in front of a tower of cookies, hawking his latest business venture as a spokesboy for Silk Nextmilk. Girl With Pearl Bidet was done by Mark Mahoney, a renowned tattoo artist who probably got a call from Brooklyn’s mom, Victoria Beckham, ahead of his appointment, begging him not to go too deep. The new piece joins the “over 20” other works dedicated to Nicola in BMMA’s growing collection. E! News reports:
The 23-year-old, who wed Nicola Peltz-Beckham in April, revealed that he got a new tattoo in honor of his wife. The ink in question, which he showed off during an exclusive Feb. 21 interview with The Rundown‘s Erin Lim Rhodes, is a large portrait of Nicola looking over her shoulder on his upper arm in black ink.
This special art joins more than a few tattoos in honor of her on Brooklyn’s body. As for when he started getting Nicola-dedicated tats? Brooklyn admitted it was early on in their love story.
“It was pretty soon after we started dating,” he recalled to Erin, “and I am half covered with stuff for her. I have like over 20 dedicated to her.”
While over 20 may seem like a hefty amount to some, he noted, “They’re very addictive, especially when you love someone you just want to cover everywhere.”
Of course, those are not the only romantic gestures that Brooklyn, who is one of the faces of the new Silk Nextmilk campaign, has made towards Nicola. For him, making her happy makes him happy.
“I think once you find that person that you just can’t live without, I think it’s so like easy,” he said. “I love her more than anything. I always try to make her happy. That’s all I do.”
And here it is:
While Brooklyn didn’t mention any of the things Nicola does to make him happy other than deigning to occasionally allow him to speak before he’s spoken to, he did express his desire to procreate with her post haste!
“I can’t wait to have kids,” Brooklyn declared, noting of Nicola, “I could have so many but it’s, obviously, totally up to her.”
Ouch. That hurts me way more than Brooklyn’s laser-removable lite tattoo hurt him. After being married to Nicola for almost a year, you’d think Brooklyn would know by now to use the proper channels when making a request. It’s like Nicola tried to tell those wedding planners who are counter-suing her billionaire pops. I have no doubt that as soon as she sees this interview, Brooklyn is going to be getting an answer from wifey that reads: “I do not trust [you] with this. U should be asking an assistant. [you have} no idea. And [are] guessing.” Needless to say, it will probably be some time yet before the site for the future Children’s Wing of the BMMA even breaks ground. If ever. I don’t think they’ll lose funding or anything, but LA is earthquake country, so you never know when the entire building might come tumbling down.
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