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He's made no secret of his love of tattoos, and Brooklyn Beckham's latest inking is an adorable tribute to his three younger siblings.

The 18-year-old hinted he may be missing family life in London with his brothers and sister, with the New York resident getting a tattoo on his inner arm reading "02 05 11", which represents the birth years of Romeo, 15, Cruz, 12 and Harper, six.

Beckham seems to be following in his father David's footsteps, who also famously had a penchant for getting inked.

The teen tagged his two brothers' Instagram handles in the picture, confirming that it was in honour of his loved ones.

Fans were quick to offer their opinions on Beckham's new body art, with one person commenting: "That's the most meaningful tattoo ive ever seen. so cute".

Another said: "He really loves his siblings very much", while a third added: "That's so sweet ".

Beckham's latest addition comes after David and Victoria's eldest child showcased his cupid-inspired tattoo on Tuesday, which is said to be a nod to his actress girlfriend Chloe Grace Moretz.

Beckham has undoubtedly inherited his fashion designer mother's creative nature, as he is studying photography at Parsons School of Design.

Since continuing his education in the Big Apple, he has developed a love of tattoos after paying a visit to one of New York's best known tattoo studios.

The Cupid inking is his largest thus far, which was intricately drawn and designed by Doctor Woo in the centre of his chest. He also made an appearance in Greenwich Village shortly after enrolling at university in August, unveiling the single word "Seven" on his left wrist. It is thought to be a tribute to his former footballer father David, who wore the #7 shirt his career as a footballer with Manchester United and England.

Brooklyn Beckham and Chloe Grace Moretz
Brooklyn Beckham and Chloe Grace Moretz attend as Liam Payne, Chloe Grace Moretz, Brooklyn Beckham and Caleb McLaughlin Host Xbox One x VIP Event & Xbox Live Session on November 6, 2017 in New York City Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images