People are getting tattoos younger and younger these days, and celebrity's kids are no strangers to trends. An image of Harper Beckham, daughter of singer and fashion designer Victoria and legendary footballer David, was shared by Nicola Peltz in an Instagram post sporting a tattoo that has blown up online.
Nicola, Harper's sister-in-law through oldest brother Brooklyn, shared a series of sweet moments on Instagram with the 12-year-old to celebrate her birthday. She wrote "Happy birthday to my baby sis Harper 7" in the post, with a red love heart emoji. She continued, "You are the most amazing girl. I am so lucky to have you in my life… I love you more than you even know! (Can we always match forever??)".
In the first photo, Nicola and Harper pose with small matching butterfly tattoos - one on Nicola's lower back and another on her right side beside her rib cage. Given the recent trend of temporary tattoos, these tattoos are water-based. However, neither Harper, Nicola, Victoria, and David have confirmed online if the 12-year-old's tattoo was fake. In reaction, fans were equal parts horrified and obsessed. While Nicola's Instagram followers debated in the comments about whether these inks were authentic, the Beckham matriarch Victoria confirmed and denied nothing, opting instead to comment on the double pink heart emoji a few times.
The surprise comes after a highly publicized celebration of Harper for her 12th birthday. While most of us had our 12th birthday parties in the backyard at home, or if you were lucky, at the bowling alley, Harper Beckham only gets the best and most chic birthday treatment. In her honor, Victoria and David threw her a Prada-themed celebration. The family celebrated at the Prada Cafe in London, where Harper wore a purple lace midi dress with purple frills, laces, and chunky Nike socks and sneakers. While Harper's big brothers, Brooklyn, Romeo, and Cruz, in respective order, and her Dad are all inked and covered, let's hope the young nepo baby waits at least a few more years before getting something more permanent.