Trouble between David Beckham and wife Victoria Beckham?


Former English footballer David Beckham recently got the number '99' added to his extensive tattoo collection.

Beckham's love of body art will see him squeeze many more inking into his already intricately decorated physique.

As the footballer has been getting inked with heartfelt tributes to his family members, it seems his wife Victoria Beckham isn't such a fan of body art these days.


The fashion designer has reportedly undergone laser treatment to get her tattoo dedicated to the football legend removed.

The 41-year-old mother-of-four has been having sessions to banish the Hebrew inking, which reads 'I am my beloved's and my beloved is mine' and is etched down her spine from the nape of her neck to her upper back.

It was a public illustration of her faith in David in 2005, just a year after his PA Rebecca Loos claimed to have had a secret fling with him.

However, The Sun reports designer is doing so as she finds her inkings 'embarrassing'.


She also had her wrists tattoos removed — one representing the date they renewed their wedding vows and the other a Latin phrase for 'again from the start.

The report that appeared in Sun also states that the changes come as the couple appear to live increasingly separate lives amid hectic work commitments.

It stated that Victoria is also unhappy at her 40-year-old husband's choice of friends and that was the reason she skipped director Guy Ritchie's extravagant three-day wedding in Wiltshire in late July.


The report also chronicles how their separate businesses keep them busy and away from each other.

It seems Victoria's day-to-day quirks also seem to annoy David.

However, they have been putting up a united front on social media, where both David and Victoria post pictures of their family life among promotions for their various business interests.

The article states that the couple remains completely devoted to their family and the marriage and that they love their children far more than anything else in the world.

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