Victoria Beckham, 48, set the rumors mill churning when she was seen to have removed her husband David Beckham’s initials from her wrist this month
Victoria Beckham has denied that her marriage is in trouble, explaining why she had a tattoo of her husband David’s initials removed from her wrist.
The Spice Girl, 48, had a simple explanation for the removal, and it all came down to ‘aesthetics.’
Victoria assured fans that her 23-year marriage to David was stronger than ever and that the tattoo removal was simply because it was no longer ‘looking pretty.’
“I had these tattoos a long, long time ago and they just weren’t particularly delicate,” Posh Spice said.
“They were bleeding a little bit and just not looking pretty. I was just a bit sick of the tattoo.”
She said the removal ‘didn’t mean anything more than the fact it wasn’t looking as nice.
“It’s as simple as that,” Posh insisted.
His wife’s name is tattooed on his right hand, along with a swallow image.
After meeting Victoria at a charity football game in London in 1997, David married her in Ireland in 1999.
She shared the stage with the Spice Girls at the event.
The bird represents the joy and sweetness of life.
He also has the number ’99’ tattooed on his right pinkie finger.
That year saw him marry Victoria, win the UEFA Champions League with Manchester United, and give birth to his eldest son Brooklyn.
David also has a Sanskrit tattoo and a Latin tattoo of his wife.
Both David and Victoria Beckham have Hebrew tattoos that translate to ‘I am my beloved’s and my beloved is mine.
On their sixth wedding anniversary, they got matching tattoos to represent their love for one another.
Victoria has the tattoo on her upper back and neck, while David has it on his left arm.
Victoria and David frequently discuss their feelings for each other on their Instagram pages.
Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz, and Harper recently traveled to Paris to support their mother at her Paris Fashion Week show.