Brooklyn Beckham, 16, has revealed he is already planning his first tattoo and ultimately believes he will have as many as his father.
Brooklyn Beckham is planning to get as many tattoos as his father has.
The 16-year-old model is already considering his first piece of ''meaningful'' body art, and thinks he will eventually end up covered in inkings, much like his retired soccer star dad David Beckham.
He said: ''I want to start with something meaningful, but eventually I'll probably end up looking like my dad. Dr. Woo is my favourite tattooist, from Shamrock in LA.''
David is famed for having changed his hairstyle many times over the years, and Brooklyn believes a ''good haircut'' is the key to looking good.
He told Miss Vogue: ''I exfoliate, clean and moisturise and shave when I need to. I use Go 24-7 [on my hair] but good styling always starts with a good haircut.''
The teenager is also a fan of accessories, and has one particularly special piece.
He said: My mum and dad bought me a great bracelet for my birthday.''
David has previously admitted his wife Victoria doesn't want their kids - Brooklyn, Romeo, 13, Cruz, 10, and Harper, four - to have tattoos.
He has said: ''My son had tattoos all over his arms when I came home from the World Cup, thankfully not real.
''Romeo said he's going to have Mummy and Daddy on his arm. I'm not sure Victoria will like that too much!''
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