Brooklyn Beckham got yet another tattoo dedicated to his wife, Nicola Peltz — and this one is massive.
The aspiring chef, 23, debuted the portrait, which is located on his upper right arm, during an interview on E!’s “The Rundown” Tuesday by lifting up the sleeve of his white T-shirt to show host Erin Lim Rhodes.
The ink is the latest addition to Beckham’s 20 other tattoos dedicated to his bride.
“I am half-covered with stuff for her,” he admitted, adding, “They’re very addictive, especially when you love someone. You just want to cover everywhere.”
The former model got the tat amid a tumultuous past couple of weeks after a lawsuit exposed the chaos behind his and Peltz’s April 2022 wedding.
After wedding planners Nicole Braghin and Arianna Grijalba countersued Peltz’s billionaire father, Nelson Peltz, explosive text messages and messy details were revealed about the star-studded event.
According to documents obtained by Page Six, the father of the bride nearly called off the lavish nuptials — which cost $3 million — saying it was a “s–t show.”
Nicola’s mother, Claudia Peltz, even allegedly tried to hide the hefty cost of the wedding from her husband with the help of the wedding planners.
“It is believed that Nelson Peltz paid more than $100,000 plus travel expenses for Nicola’s hair and makeup services for the wedding,” the suit read. “Claudia mentioned to [one of the planners] that Nelson could not know the cost of the hair and makeup, or he would ‘kill her, and be so mad.’”
Not only that, but the planners also tried to hide any of the mishaps from Nicola’s new in-laws, soccer legend David Beckham and fashion designer Victoria Beckham, in an attempt to not worsen their already sour relationship.
Nicola, 28, apparently didn’t want her now-husband involved in the planning process either.
“I do not trust Brooklyn with this,” she allegedly wrote in a text message. “U should be asking an assistant. He has no idea. And is guessing.”
The new details came after Nelson, 80, claimed Braghin and Grijalba refused to return a $159,000 deposit after they were fired from the ceremony after just nine days.
In response, the pair countersued the businessman, accusing the Peltzes of breach of contract.
The Peltz family ended up hiring Michelle Rago of Michelle Rago Destinations to run the wedding, and the happy couple eventually said “I do” in Palm Beach, Fla.