Brooklyn Beckham unveils his large neck tattoo of fiancée Nicola Peltz

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Brooklyn Beckham has added to his extensive tattoo collection with a tribute to his future wife Nicola Peltz.

Beckham took to Instagram to show off his new design.

"Wait are those Nicolas eyes on the back of his neck?" asked one follower.

"OMG you tattooed her eyes!" wrote another.

His other tattoos include a love heart with the word 'Mum' written inside and an anchor labelled 'Dad'.

Beckham and Peltz are reportedly set to have two weddings in 2021, with one ceremony in the UK and the other in Florida.

They announced their engagement via matching Instagram posts on the afternoon of Saturday, July 11.

He wrote on Instagram: "Two weeks ago I asked my soulmate to marry me and she said yes xx I am the luckiest man in the world. I promise to be the best husband and the best daddy one day ... I love you baby xxx".

A source said: "Everyone is delighted for them. Brooklyn has always looked up to his parents and grandparents, who have been married for a combined 70 years, and that's what he wants. David and Victoria are thrilled. They feel he has finally met a girl who is not after him for fame or money.

"Victoria no longer needs to solely pay for a bodyguard or driver for Brooklyn, for example, because Nicola's dad Nelson is able to help take care of the security and drivers who are needed to keep them safe. Nicola and Brooklyn's parents met earlier this year. David and Victoria flew to Florida and stayed with Nelson and his wife Claudia.

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"They got on really well over dinner and are in regular contact. Traditionally, of course, the father of the bride pays for the wedding - but David and Victoria will definitely want to contribute in some way. It's too early to set a date, but they're aiming for the end of next summer or early autumn."

This article was first published on the NZ Herald and is republished here with permission.