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Kevin Jonas gets inked for daughters

Published 13/09/2016

Kevin Jonas and Danielle Jonas
Kevin Jonas and Danielle Jonas

Pop star denies wife is pregnant with twins

Singer Kevin Jonas has inked two new tattoos on his arm in honour of his kids.

The Jonas Brothers star and his wife Danielle Jonas are preparing to welcome a second little girl to their family, and before they become a family of four, Kevin decided to add on to his already existing body art dedicated to Danielle.

The 28-year-old already has two flying doves on his inner left arm, and on Monday (12Sep16), he took to Instagram to show two new smaller doves flying directly below them.

"Another one...or two," Kevin wrote.

His vague caption led some to believe Danielle is due to give birth to twins next month (Oct16), but a representative for the singer denied the reports to Gossip Cop, insisting the double baby speculation "isn't true".

Kevin previously admitted he always wanted to give two-year-old daughter Alena a little sister, mainly because he's been surrounded by male siblings his whole life.

"I've actually always wanted two girls," he said on U.S. personality Nigel Barker's Gentleman's Code radio show. "I just want a healthy baby, to clarify. I want healthy children, but I've always like, wanted two kids that were both girls, and my wife was like, 'Why?' I'm like, 'Because I've been around boys so much my entire life that I want to be surrounded by... girls."

Ironically, Kevin's new ink comes weeks after his younger brothers Nick and Joe got matching tattoos on the eve of the MTV Video Music Awards to celebrate their success. The siblings opted for thin arrows on the back of their biceps, with the arrows pointing towards one another.

At the New York prizegiving, Nick belted out his new single Bacon at the famous Tick Tock diner, while Joe and his new band DNCE took home the coveted trophy for Best New Artist.

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