The 35-year-old musician had his new wife's name tattooed across his collarbone.
"Thinking bout you #LuckyMan," Benji wrote.
Benji and Cameron said "I do" during an intimate ceremony at the 42-year-old actress' Beverly Hills home on Jan. 5. The couple had reportedly been seeing each other since May 2014 and got engaged in Dec.
Seeing as how love doesn't always last as long as the tat (we're looking at you, Nick Cannon), we asked Los Angeles tattoo artist Dillon Eaves of Broken Art Tattoo to weigh in on how not to regret getting lovebirds' ink. Here are his three tips:
1. Don't get any script: It's solid black and some of the characters can be awkwardly shaped for a cover up. You're better off just avoiding it.
2. Keep it small if you are hell-bent on getting one: Nothing says "I'm an idiot" more than a huge couple's tattoo. Better hope nothing goes awry because cover ups generally have to be bigger and bolder than the thing you've got.
3. Avoid anything too heavy in dark colors: Because your only choice for a cover up will most likely be solid black.
Looks like three strikes for Benji, but hey, maybe it'll give the couple more incentive to stay together for better or worse. If not, Benji could join a growing list of celebs that have had to either remove or cover up their couple's tattoos -- the latest being Nick Cannon.
Before Nick put new ink over his Mariah Carey back tattoo, Melanie Griffith had her estranged husband Antonio Banderas' name removed from her arm. And perhaps the biggest offender would be Amber Rose, who had her now-estranged husband Wiz Khalifa's face tattoed on her arm.
Check out the video below to see the clever ways some stars have chosen to cover up their ink.