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Would you let your kids get tattoos and if so, where would you draw the line?

Would you let your kids get tattoos and if so, where would you draw the line?
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Brooklyn Beckham is a lot like his dad David when it comes to his love of tattoos.

The 21-year-old budding photographer has a collection of ink and while he and Nicola Peltz may not be married yet, that hasn't stopped him from getting several tattoos dedicated to his fiancée, including a recent tatt that has caused somewhat of a controversy, with some branding it as the "worst ever".

Brooklyn now has a tattoo of his fiancé’s eyes centered on the back of his neck with a poem she wrote— and as you would expect, it is incredibly creepy.

The young star said he got the tattoo done to always remind him of Nicola's words, despite not being able to see them because they're on the back of his body.

“My forever boy,” the poem says. “Read this anytime you feel anxious. I want you to know how deeply loved you are. You have the kindest heart I’ve ever met and I hope I never go a day without your love.”

The note continues, “I think you are so incredible. Just know we can get through it all together if you breathe slow and trust. I love you beyond.”

Peltz signed the note, “Love always, Your future wifey.”

Beckham hasn’t stopped getting inked for his fiancée either; in addition to the eyes and the note, the young photographer also has a tattoo of Peltz’s late grandmother’s name on his arm, as well as Nicola’s name on his neck.

Most recently, he showed off a large poem on his lower right arm that reads, “My life, my love, my truth, my breath, my reason, my beauty, my precious.”

Obviously, fans have split opinions on his actions but with the news of his neck tattoo, our morning show hosts discussed whether they would allow their kids to get inked and if so, where would they draw the line.

Listen to the audio below from Nikki and the Morning Show. Enjoy!

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