David Beckham gets a new tattoo to honor his wife Victoria

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To say David Beckham is a fan of tattoos may be a bit of an understatement. The pro-footballer has 30+ tattoos, and his latest proves he has no signs of stopping.

You may remember just recently David let his daughter Harper choose a minion to be added to his collection. Well, in true Beckham fashion, his new ink is family-centric. This time, he's paying tribute to his wife Victoria.

In honor of their wedding anniversary, David Beckham showed off his latest design: the number 99 on his pinky finger. The simple (but still adorable) caption reads, "99 was a good year for me..."

The couple, who met in 1997 during a charity football game, wed two short years later.

The year 1999 holds more significance than just the couple's marriage. It ushered in the birth of his first son Brooklyn and was the year when Beckham helped Manchester United bring home glory.

Not to bad in just 12 months.

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David Beckham gets a new tattoo to honor his wife Victoria
Good morning and hello! It’s great to finally be on Instagram, been a long time coming but I can’t wait to start sharing all my special moments with you. Thank you for all your birthday messages so far. Looking forward to a great day with friends and family x
I feel very spoilt this morning! #DB40
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Here's a photo with @brooklynbeckham the real boss of the family! #DB40
Happy birthday dad. #DB40
Reached 1 mil on my mums birthday and 2 mil on my dads. Thank u guys so much #DB40
So excited to be spending this special day with David and the kids in Marrakech! Welcome to Instagram @DavidBeckham! x vb #DB40
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Great to see these shy and retiring ladies. Never a dull moment.

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