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VB 'self-conscious of tacky tats'

Published 27/06/2015

Victoria Beckham
Victoria Beckham

Victoria Beckham is reportedly worried her tattoos look "tacky".

The 41-year-old fashion designer has several inkings on her body, such as Roman numerals on her wrist and writing on the back of her neck. It may be nothing in comparison to her sportsman husband David, but Victoria is apparently wary of how her tattoos affect her reputation.

"Now Victoria's working in the corporate world she's become really self-conscious about her tattoos. She's worked hard to transform herself over the years and now when she looks at them she worries they look a bit tacky," a source told British magazine Closer. "There are rumours that she's been in discussions about a figurehead role at Vogue, and what with a new job in the pipeline and her charity roles, and it's made Victoria rethink her attitude towards tattoos and she says they have to go."

It's thought the brunette beauty has come to realise that a lot of females who have power don't have visible tattoos, so she feels she needs to switch up her look.

Victoria is said to be considering gradual laser treatment on the designs and her wrist tattoos are already noticeably lighter than they used to be. The reason she's having it done slowly is due to the pain, the source claims.

"She definitely wants the tattoos on her wrist gone and isn't fond of the one on her neck either," they added. "She doesn't like looking at them and feels they're wrong for her image."

Luckily her tattoos haven't had an impact on her career so far and her brand is going from strength to strength.

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